Audio Books Podcasts
The Pritzker Military Library, located in Chicago, Illinois, has extensive collections in military history and military fiction, especially those works that illustrate the role of the citizen-soldier. The mission of the library is to build awareness of the importance of the military in our society by facilitating public debate and discussion on the impact of military issues. The Library has an extensive programming schedule. Unless otherwise noted, all events are free and open to the public. All programs are available as a live webcast and are also archived for later viewing at www.pritzkermilitarylibrary.org. This master feed will provide all available PML programs including Medal of Honor with Ed Tracy, Front & Center with John Callaway, and Pritzker Military Library Presents series.
By Pritzker Military Library
audio interviews featuring pop culture discussions of comic books, Films ,TV, DVDs, Animation, Novels, and other cult entertainment.
By john siuntres
"Authors On Tour - Live" is a free weekly podcast featuring best-selling authors ranging from Al Franken to Joan Didion reading from and discussing their newest books. The website for "Authors On Tour - Live" includes a schedule of upcoming author podcasts, archives plus a place where listeners an create a "ReviewCast."
These are the podcasts of science fiction writer James Patriick Kelly. two-time winner of the Hugo award, nine time loser of the Nebula award. He shamelessly reads his own work in each installment. Click his website at www.jimkelly.net. Now podcasting in its entirety: BURN, his first novel since the Clinton administration -- a chapter a week for sixteen weeks. If you can't wait for the exciting conclusion, check out the dead tree version at Amazon.or your friendly neighborhood bookstore.
By James Patrick Kelly
The Wizard of Oz, from the Tin Man's perspective. Or, a Robot in search of Intellectual Property. L. Frank Baum is 75+ years dead. His creepy children's tales are fat, ripe, lolling in the public doman. Herein we get hold of his story, mess it up, and put it back together again. You betcha.
By Matthew Sahr