Audio Books Podcasts

Book Voyages show

Book VoyagesJoin Now to Follow

Book Voyages is a podcast about children's literature from the point of view of a school library/media specialist. It features reviews of books as well as inteviews with students and authors.

By bookvoyages@gmail.com

Raincoast Books show

Raincoast BooksJoin Now to Follow

Raincoast Books is a Vancouver BC based publisher and distributor. Their podcast feature contemporary writers talking about and reading from their latest books, both fiction and non-fiction.

PQ Ribber Fiction and MORE show

PQ Ribber Fiction and MOREJoin Now to Follow

PQ Ribber hosts an ongoing series of shows reading stories by himself, and others, presenting other popular culture topics and otherwise having fun!! Worth hearing!!

By PQ Ribber

Gabe's Superhero Show show

Gabe's Superhero ShowJoin Now to Follow

3rd episode is up. Gabe talks about Aquaman, Impulse, The Comedians of Comedy, Eddie Guerrero, many other things important to all our lives. About 50 minutes.

By Gabe Russo

nachtLESE show

nachtLESEJoin Now to Follow

Nachtlese, eine neue Rubrik von Nachtfunk, will das, was Lyrik, Prosa und Musik gemeinsam ist, verbinden: Sprache und Rhythmus. Das Ergebnis sind Lesungen, begleitet durch atmosphärische Klänge, vorgetragen von Georg Schneider und Dieter Schwan.

Financially Intelligent Parent Podcast show

Financially Intelligent Parent PodcastJoin Now to Follow

Practical advice to help parents raise responsible, generous and successful children. From family and money experts Eileen Gallo, Ph.D., and Jon Gallo, J.D., authors of The Financially Intelligent Parent book. For more parenting tips and tools, please visit www.FIParent.com.

By Dan Safkow

The Bookcast at Powells.com show

The Bookcast at Powells.comJoin Now to Follow

Each episode of The Bookcast at Powells.com delivers several vital doses of nutritious book candy. Recorded on-site at the home of the legendary independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon, the Bookcast presents interviews with the world's leading authors, breaking news from the book world, timely commentary, short readings, and a chance to win $1,000 worth of books – all in irreverent, easy-to-digest, twelve-or-so-minute servings. Be sure to get your recommended daily allowance.

By Powells.com

Tradebit.com Podcasting Feed show

Tradebit.com Podcasting FeedJoin Now to Follow

In 1917, Frank Papalio was a young second-gerneration Italian struggling to keep the coke embers lit and his cabin warm while barely making a living working for a company that produced coke by burning coal in fiery dome brick ovens near a smoke-shrouded hamlet nestled along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Follow Frank's adventures as he encounters a seemingly endless procession of obstacles he and his sweetheart, Maria, overcome while prusuing their dream of escaping Danville.```An ominous cloud loomed over Danville, however, not a cloud created by the coke ovens, but a cloud of complex origin, a cloud that would not leave. www.johnstuchell.com

SimonSays Podcast show

SimonSays PodcastJoin Now to Follow

If you love books, the SimonSays Podcast is for you. Professionally produced in our Rockefeller Center studio, it features interviews with bestselling and up-and-coming authors and includes excerpts read from their audiobooks. Stay abreast of the latest books and audiobooks from Simon and Schuster, a global leader in the field of general interest publishing.

A Cloud Over Danville show

A Cloud Over DanvilleJoin Now to Follow

In 1917, Frank Papalio was a young second-gerneration Italian struggling to keep the coke embers lit and his cabin warm while barely making a living working for a company that produced coke by burning coal in fiery dome brick ovens near a smoke-shrouded hamlet nestled along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Follow Frank's adventures as he encounters a seemingly endless procession of obstacles he and his sweetheart, Maria, overcome while prusuing their dream of escaping Danville.````An ominous cloud loomed over Danville, however, not a cloud created by the coke ovens, but a cloud of complex origin, a cloud that would not leave. www.johnstuchell.com