Audio Books Podcasts

hp detectives show

hp detectivesJoin Now to Follow

hp detectives

By Alex and Sam

A British Computer Reads A Paragraph of Moby Dick show

A British Computer Reads A Paragraph of Moby DickJoin Now to Follow

A computer reads a paragraph of Herman Melville's seminal work, Moby Dick.

By EC Mendenhall

Authors On Tour – Live! show

Authors On Tour – Live!Join Now to Follow

"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."

By BurstMarketing

Jim Kelly's Free Reads show

Jim Kelly's Free ReadsJoin Now to Follow

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 Public Domain Podcast show

The Public Domain PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Entertaining short stories and novels read out loud in a weekly podcast. This site also includes links to public domain resources, topics of interest to literary and audiobook fans as well as occasional reviews of non public domain works.

By e aka Eileen

Research at Chicago show

Research at ChicagoJoin Now to Follow

Research at Chicago is a window into the research enterprise at the University of Chicago. You can listen to researchers talk about their work and why it matters, read current research news, and access publications from across the disciplines. One of the world's preeminent research institutions, the University of Chicago was founded to create new knowledge and disseminate it through teaching, publication, and the development of discoveries and new technologies for the public benefit. Research at Chicago offers a sampling of the work that is done here, presented for a general audience.

Poem Present show

Poem PresentJoin Now to Follow

Readings and lectures from the University of Chicago's Poem Present series.

By The University of Chicago

The SG Show show

The SG ShowJoin Now to Follow

Seven-year-old Sam and his dad, Steve, talk about books, movies, what it's like growing up in the world today, and, well, life really.

By Sam and Steve, steveandsam@gmail.com

Logtar's podcast show

Logtar's podcastJoin Now to Follow

Movie & Book reviews and occasional banter of a Colombian Living in the US of A

By John Guzman

The Bat Segundo Show & Follow Your Ears show

The Bat Segundo Show & Follow Your EarsJoin Now to Follow

Join Jorge, the alcoholic and blacklisted Bat Segundo, and the Young, Roving Correspondent for erudite interviews with the contemporary authors of our time. Recent interviews have included David Mitchell and Jonathan Ames.

By Edward Champion