Literature Podcasts

How To Fail With Elizabeth Day show

How To Fail With Elizabeth DayJoin Now to Follow

How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is a podcast that celebrates the things that haven’t gone right. Every week, a new interviewee explores what their failures taught them about how to succeed better.

By Elizabeth Day

TALL TALE TV - Sci Fi and Fantasy Short Stories show

TALL TALE TV - Sci Fi and Fantasy Short StoriesJoin Now to Follow

An audiobook science fiction and fantasy short story narration podcast. I professionally narrate Audiobooks, speculative fiction, sci-fi & fantasy stories from around the world every Monday and Friday. Most episodes are stand-alone short stories, with a few book excerpts and episodic audiobooks mixed in. From Epic fantasy to space opera, steampunk to urban sci-fi, and everything in between. This short story podcast is tailored to help bring authors and readers together, so each piece of fiction will include detailed information about that author to help you connect and find more of their work. Why did I start this podcast? In 2015 I went temporarily blind for the better part of a year. During this time I turned to audiobooks for escape. When I regained my sight I decided to become an audiobook narrator myself. This podcast is my journey and my gift back to the community. Find out more at

By Chris Herron

I Am In Eskew show

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Trapped in the horror-filled and impossible city of Eskew, a man makes endless recordings of his day-to-day experiences, hoping to reach the outside world.This show routinely contains body horror and other disturbing scenes. See the website for detailed

By David Ward

Arm Cast Podcast show

Arm Cast PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Podcast devoted to interviewing authors, publishers, editors, artists, filmmakers, narrators, and anyone else in the arts and entertainment fields. We also like M&Ms.

By Armand Rosamilia

The Mando Method show

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The Mando Method Podcast, where publishing veteran Armand Rosamilia and relative newcomer Chuck Buda try to find the answers to their writing and publishing questions each week. Whether it's social media or the craft of writing or a plethora of other relevant topics, these two authors will tackle them with no holds barred!

By Armand Rosamilia

The Writing Process podcast – Christopher Wink show

The Writing Process podcast – Christopher WinkJoin Now to Follow

Each week, host Christopher Wink interviews writing masters from all the many forms, including novelists, journalists, songwriters, rappers and comedians. From guests like rapper TI, Daily Show correspondent Dulce Sloan and novelist Zinzi Clemmons, we learn about methods, tips and lessons that are relevant for all writers.

By The Writing Process podcast – Christopher Wink

Mary from Michigan Saves the World show

Mary from Michigan Saves the WorldJoin Now to Follow

Radio drama for today.

By Empire Podcasting System

World Stealers show

World StealersJoin Now to Follow

Introducing More Banana’s newest show “World Stealers”! Your fave fandoms, ruined by us. Or made better. Depends on the week, really. Hosted by Cait Moldenhauer and Liz Clarkin-Breslin, fan fictions are written and read from random choices and resourced by Fan-Wiki’s expansive database. @worldstealers on Instagram and Twitter Logo made by Chris Ables @chrisablesart

By More Banana Productions

Dragon Babies show

Dragon BabiesJoin Now to Follow

<p>Two sisters reread their favorite YA fantasy classics and discuss why they may be even better for adults.</p>

By Dragon Babies

The B&amp;N YA Podcast show

The B&N YA PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Explore the stories behind the young adult books you love with the B&amp;N YA Podcast. Join host Melissa Albert, editor of the B&amp;N Teen Blog and bestselling author of The Hazel Wood, as she sits down with fellow YA authors to talk about books, life, their teen years, their pop cultural obsessions, and how they came up with the stories that keep us up at night. Subscribe to listen in on fascinating new conversations every other week.

By Barnes &amp; Noble