Literature Podcasts

This Is Spoke show

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<p>This Is Spoke. A fresh, vibrant podcast dragging the big topics straight from the timeline to your ears. From identity to heritage to sex and dating and everything in between, we create meaningful conversations with some of the most inspiring people from the world of music, art, literature and fashion.</p>

By Fenn O'Meally &amp; Big Zuu

Seneca Letters From a Stoic Podcast: Stoicism | Philosophy | Business show

Seneca Letters From a Stoic Podcast: Stoicism | Philosophy | BusinessJoin Now to Follow

Seneca was born in the year 4 B.C., a time of great opportunity, at Corduba, in Spain, son of the talented rhetorician, Annaeus Seneca. We gather that the family moved to Rome during the boyhood of Lucius, that he was educated for the bar, and that he was soon attracted by the Stoic philosophy, the stern nurse of heroes during the first century of the Empire. The last two years of Seneca's life were spent in travelling about southern Italy, composing essays on natural history and relieving his burdened soul by correspondence with his friend Lucilius. These letters are all addressed to Lucilius. The native country of this Lucilius was Campania, and his native city Pompeii or Naples. He was a Roman knight, having gained that position, as Seneca tells us, by sheer industry. Prominent in the civil service, he had filled many important positions and was, at the time when the Letters were written, procurator in Sicily. It may be safely said that the years 63-65 constitute the period of the Letters. There were 124 Letters in all. They ring as true today as they did 1,949 years ago! You can find written translations of each podcast episode at www.lettersfromastoic.net.

By Lucius Annaeus Seneca - Stoic Philosopher and Minimalist

읽어드림 show

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한 권의 책을 정해서 원문 그대로 읽어드리는 방송입니다. https://www.facebook.com/dreamreading1

By 김인영

Happy Writing show

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Happy Writing brings you true stories of success from hard working authors, a weekly dose of positivity, and some publishing rebels' takes on weekly industry news.

By Happy Writing

Writers' Block show

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KQED's weekly reading series featuring writers and performers of all stripes reading the latest short fiction, non-fiction, theater and poetry.

By KQED-FM

Andrew Luck Book Club show

Andrew Luck Book ClubJoin Now to Follow

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is as comfortable in the library as he is dodging a pass rush. His love of books even prompted him to start his own book club in 2016, and now the Andrew Luck Book Club has found a home on WFYI Public Radio. Listen in to his podcast on the last Monday night of each month at 9 p.m. on 90.1 FM.

By WFYI 90.1 FM and HD1/HD2

The Milt Rosenberg Show show

The Milt Rosenberg ShowJoin Now to Follow

The Milt Rosenberg Show is a daily public affairs program that features intelligent, enlivening and thought provoking discussions centered on the world of ideas.

By Milt Rosenberg

The Once And Future Podcast show

The Once And Future PodcastJoin Now to Follow

With a focus on science fiction and fantasy, The Once &amp; Future Podcast revolves around genre books and their authors. Shows will contain segments on: breaking publishing news, upcoming titles, book tour info, conventions, all that and much, much more!

By The Once &amp; Future Podcast

Toothless show

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In this podiobook:

By J. P. Moore

shortstoriess's podcast show

shortstoriess's podcastJoin Now to Follow

Each week a short story narration. These stories will be in the horror, mystery, death and related genres by authors like Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, and others.

By Robert Crandall