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By Mespaznar
Electric Dreams es un podcast sobre Philip K. Dick donde, de forma biográfica, se hablará de su vida, su obra y de las adaptaciones que cine y television han hecho de ellas.
By The Whispering Man
Do you remember the first time hearing a story really scared you? Was it around a campfire? In a friend’s basement? At a sleepover? Do you remember what it felt like to just listen to a single voice weave a narrative of lost souls and unspeakable acts? And realize that you were more affected by the simple act of listening than you’d ever been at the movies? ‘Ghost Story’ seeks to recapture that feeling. Proceed…if you dare.
By Public House Media
How to Write Good explores language, story-telling, writing, and anything possibly related through a lighthearted and philosophical lens.
By Andres Escobar Garcia
Colección de cuentos infantiles a partir de los minicuentos "Tesoro de Cuentos a todo Color"
By Nose in a Book Podcast
The latest episode of my book review podcast.
By Library Love
Love reading? Want to find your next book and hear library secrets? Then listen to the Library Love podcast where share our love of books (and more) with you. From Falkirk Community Trust Libraries in Central Scotland. Contact us on the blog at or on Facebook (Falkirk Libraries) or on Twitter (@LibFalkirk)
By Jess Peacock
Welcome Stephen King fans, horror buffs, and all Bloody Pirates to the Legacy of the Marsten House, a podcast dedicated to ‘salem’s Lot, King’s sophomore novel published in 1975. If you like Lore then you'll love what we have in store for you with this dark and cerebral podcast!
By The RenWomen Salon Podcast
Dale Griffiths Stamos does fascinating interviews with modern Renaissance women from her book RenWomen, and amazing RenWomen she's been meeting. Learn if YOU are a RenWoman and what to do if so.
CCF is a Christian campus ministry at Truman State University. These are recordings of the teachings given at our large worship gatherings.
By Wound & Stab
Teylor Smirl and John Holt ask you to read along as they explore books that challenge. We align our thinking with Kafka when he said “I think we ought to read only the kind of books that wound or stab us. If the book we're reading doesn't wake us up with a blow to the head, what are we reading for?" Tune-in each week for a lively discussion of books followed by conversation with guests from all backgrounds who share their experiences and enrich the reading.
By Madeleine D'Este | interviewing writers and authors about their writing craft
A podcast interviewing all different types of writers and asking one key question 'what's the one thing that elevated your writing to the next level?' Perfect for writers who want to learn how to improve their craft. Thanks for listening and if you like what you hear, please subscribe.
By Three Books
Three Books is a podcast about books produced by the Ela Area Public Library in Lake Zurich, IL. Hosted by librarians Christen Wiser and Becca Boland.
By Turisti per Sbaglio - Il Podcast
Benvenuti sul podcast di Turisti per Sbaglio. Sono qui per parlarvi di Scrittura di Viaggio, di travel blog, di creatività, ma anche di marketing e come diventare imprenditori di se stessi. Faremo assieme questo percorso attraverso interviste a chi vive di viaggi, scrittura, giornalismo, editoria.
By ReGifted Podcast
A podcast where Mark and Nick use the X-Men TV show “The Gifted” as a lens through which to recommend you some new and fantastic comics
By Alex Eschbach/Matt Golden
Each week Matt Golden and Alex Eschbach discuss a new comic topic. From their favorite writers, whatever they've been reading or watching, to their favorite characters, every episode talks about something new.
By TogiNet Radio
It's the chance for you to hear first hand from authors on why they write their their own words! Join J. Douglas Barker and Steve Jorgenson LIVE for iUniverse Radio.
By Comic Junkies
Comic Junkies es un podcast de comics sobre el detrás de escena, el proceso de creación, los autores, los fans y sobre todo nosotros, los lectores. Nuestro lema es simple "existe un comic para cada persona". ¡Sígannos en nuestro recorrido por el inmenso universo comiquero!
By Brad Bogner
Brad Bogner hosts “The Brad Bogner Show”, a variety, guest based program aimed at giving listeners access to a range of figures and points-of-view. The podcast introduces listeners to an array of topics where experts in their field stop by to talk history, entertainment, politics, and sports. Among other things… Brad is also a recovering bag boy.
Selling is a creative act when you do it Dave Donelson’s way. You’ll build new demand for your products and services, find more new customers, and develop closer, stronger relationships with your existing clients when you practice Creative Selling. Learn the basic techniques of selling like the sure-fire way to make cold call appointments, deliver dynamic sales presentations, find the path around price objections, and overcome your fear of closing the sale.
Ang iyong paboritong B1 Gang series, nasa podcast format na!
By Life Caraphrased
A three fold chord isn't easily broken. What are the three chords of this podcast? The first is the pursuit of Wisdom and common sense and its practical application. And Yes, that was a capital on the W for Wisdom. Jesus is His name. The second chord is writers encouragement, tips and author interviews. Come learn the ins and outs of the Christian Fiction industry. The third strand is recreation, hobbies and the quest for joy and contentment. The blend of all three makes Life Caraphrased bot...
By Loyal Books
Florence Scovel Shinn, an illustrator living in New York City, became a teacher of New Thought after a divorce. New Thought was a movement which holds the belief that individuals can create their own reality through intentional thoughts and prayer, much like the current Law of Attraction movement. The Game of Life and How to Play It is her first book, and is remarkable for being written by a woman and meant for a genteel female audience.
By Living Audio C.I.C.
G. Norman Lippert is the Author of the highly acclaimed James Potter novels, which follow the adventures of the next generation of students to face the many wonders and chalanges at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The novels are not official, and JK Rowling and Warner Bros are not connected with the series in any way. However, subject to certain restrictions and limitations, they have no objection to the release of the James Potter Series in electronic or audio format.
By Simon & Schuster
Watch trailers for the hottest new reads in romance and urban fantasy and listen to some of the genre's best writers divulge what inspires their stories. Enjoy free reads and exclusive content every week when you become a member of XOXO After Dark--because the best conversations happen after dark.
By The Seattle Public Library
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
By Sarah Aronson
The Write Question is a program that features authors from the western United States, including James Lee Burke, Maile Meloy, Thomas McGuane, Kim Barnes, Robert Wrigley, Jess Walter, Pam Houston, Barry Lopez, and hundreds of others.
By Loyal Books
Logan Marshall's book "The Sinking of the Titanic and Great Sea Disasters" gives readers a first-hand account of the greatest sea disaster of all time straight from the survivors of the ill-fated sunken ship. Unlike many of the books about the Titanic that was written recently, Logan Marshall was fortunate that he was able to interview the survivors of the Titanic and access to all the important documents about the ship, including the diagrams, maps and actual photographs related to the disas...
Would you like some music to go with your story? Alex Austin hopes you will. He’s integrated the work of 20 contemporary bands and 40 songs into The Red Album of Asbury Park Remixed. It’s the late Sixties, the Beatles intact, Jimi Hendrix exploding and the Doors demanding the world. And on the East Coast, famed resort Asbury Park, New Jersey, will become the epicenter of a new brand of rock and roll. But in January 1968, a boardwalk Liverpool lies in the future. Escalating crime and a fadin...
By Martian Creative
A science fiction audio drama that spans 3 countries and 35 episodes. The story opens with the mysterious disappearance of Sydney and follows through a journey that crosses the pacific, through the USA and into Canada. Every episode is a mix of Aliens, Drama, Mysteries and the wonders of the Human Spirit. Created By Stefan Sawynok, Written By Stefan Sawynok and Simon Meddings, Music, Narration and Character Voices by Rick Moyer.
By Zed Book Club
The Book Club on 4ZZZ and the CRN
Each week on The Book Show, host Joe Donahue interviews authors about their books, their lives and their craft. It is a celebration of both reading and writers.
By Loyal Books
Ralph Rover is a traveler at heart, and has always dreamed of shipping out to the South Seas islands. He finally convinces his aging parents to let him go and find his way in the world. But the islands that Ralph finds are not as idyllic as in his dreams. Shipwrecked on a large, uninhabited island, Ralph and his fellow survivors, Jim and Peterkin, discover a world of hostile natives and villainous pirates. Danger, high adventure, and wonders of the sea greet them at every turn. When all seems...
By Loyal Books
Between 1865-73 the tumultuous American Revolution rages on in different battlefields. The air is thick with hatred and suspicion as the Continental and British armies clash in bloody warfare. In Westchester County, New York, an area is considered a neutral ground for both forces, Harvey Birch plies his dangerous mission. An innocuous peddler by day, he is in fact an American spy, though he does nothing to correct anyone who assumes he is a British spy. In a magnificent country mansion, The L...
By Loyal Books
The book, also known as Darwin’s Journal of Researches, is a vivid and exciting travel memoir as well as a detailed scientific field journal covering biology, geology, and anthropology that demonstrates Darwin’s keen powers of observation, written at a time when Western Europeans were still discovering and exploring much of the rest of the world. Although Darwin revisited some areas during the expedition, for clarity the chapters of the book are ordered by reference to places and locations ra...
By Loyal Books
Nineteenth century attitudes towards marriage, the role of women, morality and the search for identity are brilliantly explored in Henrik Ibsen's three act play, A Doll's House. It was highly controversial and received with a sense of outrage among opinion leaders in Europe. Many thinkers like August Strindberg lashed out at Ibsen for portraying the sacred institution of marriage in such a derogatory way. A Doll's House, written in the original Danish, was first performed at the Royal Theate...
By Loyal Books
This is a charming book on Art History for children (and everyone else). Each chapter focuses on a great painting, reproduced in color in the original text. The authors explain the story behind the paintings, as well as the life, times, and techniques of the artists.
By Loyal Books
The novel picks up where Tarzan of the Apes left off. The ape man, feeling rootless in the wake of his noble sacrifice of his prospects of wedding Jane Porter, leaves America for Europe to visit his friend Paul d’Arnot. On the ship he becomes embroiled in the affairs of Countess Olga de Coude, her husband, Count Raoul de Coude, and two shady characters attempting to prey on them, Nikolas Rokoff and his henchman Alexis Paulvitch.
By Loyal Books
A journalist who undertakes a life threatening mission to impress the woman he loves, a mysterious plateau in South America that none of the locals dare to enter and an adventurous English aristocrat are all charectors you will encounter in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World. With Dinosaurs, ape-men, diamonds and secret tunnels the book is filled with enough action, excitement, drama and adventure to go around. For Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts, Conan Doyle's hero in this book Professor ...
By The Dusty Den Podcast
Join Joshua in The Dusty Den and discuss literature, film, current events and more... You're going to get an Anarchist slant, but all viewpoints are welcome in The Den!
By Loyal Books
When you dive into Mark Twain’s (Samuel Clemens’) The Innocents Abroad, you have to be ready to learn more about the unadorned, ungilded reality of 19th century “touring” than you might think you want to learn. This is a tough, literary journey. It was tough for Twain and his fellow “pilgrims”, both religious and otherwise. They set out, on a June day in 1867, to visit major tourist sites in Europe and the near east, including Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, “the Holy Land”, and Egypt. What T...
By Loyal Books
The Social Contract outlines Rousseau’s views on political justice, explaining how a just and legitimate state is to be founded, organized and administered. Rousseau sets forth, in his characteristically brazen and iconoclastic manner, the case for direct democracy, while simultaneously casting every other form of government as illegitimate and tantamount to slavery. Often hailed as a revolutionary document which sparked the French Revolution, The Social Contract serves both to inculcate diss...
By Double P Podcast Network
Limited Audio Insight from the Double 'P' Podcast Network!
By Lieze Neven
Podcast about writing and publishing for and by (aspiring) writers
By Loyal Books
If you've loved and cherished The Wind in The Willows, you'll be delighted to read The Golden Age. In this book of reminiscences by Kenneth Grahame, the much loved creator of Winnie The Pooh, readers are granted an insight into the writer's childhood. The opening lines of the Prologue provide a poignant reminder of Grahame's childhood. When he was just five, his mother died in childbirth and his father who had a long standing problem with alcoholism consigned his four children, including the...
By Loyal Books
A children’s fantasy novel first published in 1907, The Enchanted Castle recounts the marvelous adventures encountered by a curious group of children searching to enliven their summer holiday. Written in episodes, the novel has a different adventure in store for its young heroes in each chapter, including vibrant statues, banquets with Greek gods, and reunited lovers. The novel begins when siblings Gerald, James and Kathleen are required to spend their summer holiday in a boarding school, du...
By Loyal Books
Antiquities of the Jews was a work published by the important Jewish historian Flavius Josephus about the year 93 or 94. It is a history of the Jewish people, written in Greek for Josephus' gentile patrons. Beginning with the creation of Adam and Eve, it follows the events of the historical books of the Hebrew Bible, but sometimes omits or adds information.Volume 1 contains Books 1-5 and ends with the dedication of Samuel and death of Eli the priest.
By Loyal Books
Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron is a collection of novellas or short novels written during the 14th century. There are 100 tales contained in the book which is presented together. The book’s title The Decameron combines the two Greek words “deka” meaning ten and “hemera” meaning day. The title can be literally translated as “ten day,” which is also the time frame in which the stories are told by the 7 young women and 3 young men. In the book, each of the ten persons took their turns to ...
By Loyal Books
The Symposium (Ancient Greek: Συμπόσιον) is a philosophical book written by Plato sometime after 385 BCE. On one level the book deals with the genealogy, nature and purpose of love, on another level the book deals with the topic of knowledge, specifically how does one know what one knows. The topic of love is taken up in the form of a group of speeches, given by a group of men at a symposium or a wine drinking party at the house of the tragedian Agathon at Athens. Plato constructed the Sympos...
By Phil Giangrande
“Seated At The Writer’s Table” is meant for anybody who geeks out over writing. If you find yourself over-analyzing a plot-line or discussing the details of a character’s dialogue than this show is for you. Host Phil Giangrande interviews writers of all genres, as well as industry professionals such as literary agents, publishers and script doctors. Phil uncovers powerful techniques to master both the craft and business of becoming a professional writer. Sit back relax and take Your Seat ...
By Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM)
Textual Criticism remains today as one of the most overlooked disciplines in Biblical studies. In this collection, Dr. Daniel B. Wallace of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) teaches people from the lay to the scholarly level about the basic principles and practices of New Testament Textual Criticism (NTTC). Dr. Wallace defines New Testament Textual Criticism and discusses topics like identifying textual variants, categorizing manuscripts, and interpreting the ava...
By Loyal Books
A divinely beautiful woman who becomes the cause of a terrible war in which the gods themselves take sides. Valor and villainy, sacrifices and betrayals, triumphs and tragedies play their part in this three thousand year old saga. The Iliad throws us right into the thick of battle. It opens when the Trojan War has already been raging for nine long years. An uneasy truce has been declared between the Trojans and the Greeks (Achaeans as they're called in The Iliad.) In the Greek camp, Agamemno...
By Loyal Books
The extraordinary child-adult Prince Myshkin, confined for several years in a Swiss sanatorium suffering from severe epilepsy, returns to Russia to claim his inheritance and to find a place in healthy human society.The teeming St Petersburg community he enters is far from receptive to an innocent like himself, despite some early successes and relentless pursuit by grotesque fortune-hunters. His naive gaucheries give rise to extreme reactions among his new acquaintance, ranging from anguished ...
By Loyal Books
A beautiful story about survival, the Robinson family shows that one does not have to have the usual comforts of life in order to be comfortable and happy. It is also a story about family relations. The book showcases a family of six that has to start all over without the basic amenities that make life easier in the eyes of society. The idea of being in an island with no human neighbors is daunting to say the least. The family was shipwrecked and everyone else on the ship perished when they...
By Loyal Books
A little bee is born in a large and busy hive. At that time, the hive is going through a period of unrest and there are fears that it will become subdivided into separate colonies. The little new-born, Maya, is under the care of a strict but loving teacher. One day, driven by curiosity and rebellion, Maya escapes from the safe environs of the hive and flies into the forest. Here, she encounters all sorts of interesting, exciting, frightening and funny things. The Adventures of Maya the Bee is...
By Julie Davis, Scott Danielson
Two Catholics talking about books, movies, and the traces of "one Reality" they find there.
By Loyal Books
“One morning Gregor Samsa woke from anxious dreams to find himself transformed into a disgusting insect...” Thus opens one of the most famous books of the twentieth century, The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. Published in 1915, The Metamorphosis is written originally in German. It is a brief but extremely thought provoking novella. Readers and writers have termed it one of the most influential works of the century and hailed Kafka as the creator of a new form in literary tradition. Today, the...
By The Podcast That
A chapter by chapter, spoiler-free (mostly) reread podcast of the Harry Potter series by Luke, an engineer, and Melissa, a math teacher. Stay Imaginary.
The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds is akin to the great salons of times past. Pour yourself a martini, grab a spot on your favorite sofa and listen to the great artists, writers, politicians, and celebrities of our day discuss and debate the current political and economic scene, art and music, film and literature or maybe talk about the newest trends in fashion, design and haute cuisine. Whether it’s the current political cocktail or the latest must-read award-winning boo...
By The Monti
"Hey, c'mere. I need to tell you something." Don't you just love it when someone tells you a private story or secret? Of course you do. We all do. And that is what this podcast is all about—telling stories that represent important and personal moments from the lives of the storyteller. Drawn from our live sold out shows produced in North Carolina, these stories are funny, poignant, deeply personal, vulnerable, thoughtful, and expertly crafted. Listen and you will understand why people are sca...
By The Reading Room
The Reading Room is a show dedicated to books and creative writing. Each month we present extended interviews with authors and original short stories. Get involved - email us at [email protected] or go to our website
By Matt Bucher & Dave Laird
Discussions about the life, literature, and legacy of David Foster Wallace with a wide variety of guests from myriad backgrounds and disciplines.
By Mark Coker
Learn to publish ebooks like a pro. Mark Coker guides you step-by-step from the very basics of ebook publishing to more advanced topics. Whether you’re considering publishing your first book, or you’re already a New York Times bestselling author, the Smart Author Podcast will help you reach more readers. You'll learn how to make your ebook more discoverable, more desirable and more enjoyable to readers. Over 80% of people dream of writing a book one day, yet most are completely unaware of...
By Loyal Books
If you've watched and loved Winona Ryder playing the innocent May Welland in the 1993 film adaptation of Edith Wharton's sweeping novel about class-consciousness in nineteenth century America, you will certainly enjoy reading the original. Though Martin Scorcese's brilliant work was certainly true to the spirit of the original novel, no film can reproduce the charm of language and turn of phrase employed by one of America's greatest writers. The Age of Innocence was Edith Wharton's 12th nov...
By Loyal Books
Set against the backdrop of a rapidly industrializing England, the bewildering shift in social structure, the fading away of traditions and the advent of new ways of life, The Rainbow by DH Lawrence depicts how one family's story becomes the story of a society. Originally planned as a novel titled The Sisters, Lawrence finally split the theme into two separate novels after many revisions and rewrites. The Rainbow is the first novel in the Brangwen family saga. Tom Brangwen is a small time f...
By Literary Arts
In partnership with Oregon Public Broadcasting, Literary Arts is building a retrospective of some of the most engaging talks from the world’s best writers over the first 30 years of Portland Arts & Lectures in Portland. In conjunction with our 30th anniversary, Literary Arts is rolling out an archive of the most sought-after talks from our lecture series. Each month, we’ll be publishing new lectures available for streaming on this website for free. With over 250 original lectures by the most ...
By Zero Books
Publisher Douglas Lain (former podcaster behind Diet Soap) interviews authors from Zero Books and beyond. Zero Book authors include Eugene Thacker (In the Dust of This Planet), Nina Power (One Dimensional Woman), Dan Hind (Magic Kingdom), and many others. This is a literary podcast that aims at radical philosophy. You'll hear discussions about Marxist economics, critical theory, cultural criticism and feminism from some of the world's most opinionated writers.
By Loyal Books
His family name is derived from a Greek craftsman who created the Labyrinth and designed wings for himself and his son to fly away from the island they were imprisoned in. But Stephen Dedalus, the young hero of James Joyce's first novel, is a young man who rises above his baser instincts and seeks a life devoted to the arts. This quintessential coming of age novel describes the early life of Stephen Dedalus. It is set in Ireland during the nineteenth century which was a time of emerging Iris...
By Loyal Books
A satirical essay written by one of the most renowned satirists, Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal expresses the author’s exasperation with the ill treatment of impoverished Irish citizens as a result of English exploitation and social inertia. Furthermore, Swift ventilates the severity of Ireland’s political incompetence, the tyrannical English policies, the callous attitudes of the wealthy, and the destitution faced by the Irish people. Focusing on numerous aspects of society including gove...
By Sorcha Kenny
Irish writers read and discuss a favourite story from the archives of the Stinging Fly magazine.
By Loyal Books
A king and queen are in despair. After years of marriage, they are yet to be blessed with a child. Finally a lovely daughter is born to them. They plan a grand christening ceremony for the baby, but as destiny would have it, they forget to invite the nastiest lady in the kingdom, who also happens to be the king's sister, the evil Princess Makemnoit. Now if all that seems distinctly familiar to you, it was meant to! Using the Sleeping Beauty/Briar Rose fairytale as a starting point, Scottish ...
By The Poetry Exchange
The Poetry Exchange celebrates poems as friends. Through conversations, gift recordings and our podcast we capture the insights of readers and share them.
By The Open University
Sorley Maclean (1911-1996) is regarded as one of the greatest Scottish poets of the twentieth century. This unit will introduce you to his poetry and give you an insight into the cultural, historical and political contexts that inform his work. MacLean wrote in Gaelic and the importance of the language to his work is also examined. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Pub...
By Loyal Books
Hailed more as a literary masterpiece than an accurate account of historical facts, The History of England from the Accession of James the Second by Thomas Babington Macaulay is an admirable mix of fact and fiction. Modern day readers may find much that is offensive and insensitive in this five volume work which covers a particular period in the long and eventful history of Britain. However, it is certainly a book that leads the reader on to further research into the events and people mention...
By Claire Handscombe
A fortnightly show about news and views from the world of British books and publishing
By Library of Congress
An exploration of the Library’s collections that focus on the cultures of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and the Hispanic community in the US.
By Julie Watt
The Lark podcast embraces the dark side of the Great Mother archetype to balance and awaken the feminine divine. She is chaos. She is destroyer and creator. Stories of personal transformation are spoken here and they're not all pretty.
By Patrick Taqui
Short stories, poems, fiction narratives: reading selections of literature with an emphasis on works with a special "twist"...
By Greenlight Bookstore
Podcast from an independent bookstore in the heart of Brooklyn, NY, featuring great authors in conversation about their newest books in the bookstore and at our partner venues. Signed copies of featured books available at Subscribe on iTunes by clicking here.
By Matt Pusateri
The Nonfiction Podcast digs into the art and science of nonfiction writing. We look at one nonfiction article a week and break it down, talking with the writers about how they researched, reported, and put their stories together.
By Terry Fallis
Welcome to the podcast version of The Best Laid Plans, the winner of the 2008 Stephen Leacock Award for Humour. It's a satirical novel of Canadian politics, written and podcast by Terry Fallis. It recounts the unlikely and eventful alliance between a 30-something burnt out, jaded political staffer, and an older, cantankerous, engineering professor. Driven by a federal election and the life of the resulting minority conservative government, the novel moves between Ottawa, the national capital,...
By Trevor Cole
Highlights from — an independent and growing online library of short literary readings by Canadian novelists, short-story writers and poets. Hosted by novelist and journalist Trevor Cole.
By Suzanne Steele
The WarPoet podcast is created in British Columbia, Canada. It is updated frequently with written and spoken art.
By The Drum Literary Magazine
You don't read The Drum. You listen to it. The Drum Literary Magazine publishes short fiction, essays, novel excerpts, poems and interviews exclusively in audio form. The Drum is a your source for Literature Out Loud.
By Chris & Kris
Your biweekly podcast where we discuss comic books and things not necessarily comic book related.
By Loyal Books
The Man Who Would Be King tells the story of two British adventurers in British India who become kings of Kafiristan, a remote part of Afghanistan. It was inspired by the exploits of James Brooke, an Englishman who became the “white Raja” of Sarawak in Borneo, and by the travels of American adventurer Josiah Harlan, who claimed the title Prince of Ghor. The story was first published in The Phantom Rickshaw and other Tales (Volume Five of the Indian Railway Library, published by A H Wheeler & ...
By Loyal Books
A secret shared by four convicts and two prison guards, a daughter in search of her missing father, a strange gift of a single pearl received every year, a fabulous treasure buried in the ancient Agra Fort in India, an eccentric detective being consulted to solve a deadly puzzle. All these events are set against the turbulent backdrop of the Great Indian Mutiny of 1857 in the second Sherlock Holmes novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Sign of the Four. Mary Morstan, a lovely young woman, co...
By The Voice before the Void: Presenter of Poems, Stories, and Arcana
Presentations of Poems, Stories, and Arcana – Poetry is the most important thing in life; weird fiction is the most fun thing in life; esoterica is the most exciting thing in life. Divine the darkness.
By LibriVox
Compiled around 1763, 'Three Hundred Tang Poems' is the standard collection of the poetic art of the Tang Dynasty (618 to 907). Volume Two includes the styles 古言七诗 'seven character ancient verse' (poems 46 to 73) and 古乐府 'ancient folk-song styled verse' (poems 74 to 89). (Summary by David Barnes) Files containing the text in both Chinese and English for the individual poems in this collection can be downloaded by poem number in pdf format from LibriVox’s Three Hundred Tang Poems, Volume 2 In...
By LibriVox
The Tang Dynasty (618 to 907) was a golden age of Chinese culture: religion and philosophy, painting and calligraphy, sculpture, architecture and music all reached peaks of perfection. Poetry was the epitome of the arts: a scholastic requirement, a route to fame, a moulder of character. Nearly 50,000 poems of the Tang have survived. The collection 'Three Hundred Tang Poems' was compiled around 1763. It comprises six volumes, with poems grouped by verse form. Volume 1 covers the 'ancient verse...
By Loyal Books
The Tang Dynasty (618 to 907) was a golden age of Chinese culture: religion and philosophy, painting and calligraphy, sculpture, architecture and music all reached peaks of perfection. Poetry was the epitome of the arts: a scholastic requirement, a route to fame, a moulder of character. Nearly 50,000 poems of the Tang have survived. The collection ‘Three Hundred Tang Poems’ was compiled around 1763. It comprises six volumes, with poems grouped by verse form. Volume 1 covers the ‘ancient verse...
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By BookBar Cast
Join the BookBar staff for drinks and books. We'll try to stay on topic.
By Asian American Writers' Workshop
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, a national nonprofit dedicated to the idea that Asian American stories deserve to be told. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, and Hanya Yanagihara, as well as more emerging writers like Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, qui...
By 矣柳
但愿能有一句话 一个故事 静静地流进你的心里 慢慢的生长开花
By ZKM | Karlsruhe
Fr, 23.06.2017 – So, 25.06.2017 ZKM_Medientheater Vom 23. bis 25. Juni 2017 findet am ZKM ein Symposion zu Ehren des 70. Geburtstags von Peter Sloterdijk in der ZKM Reihe »Philosophie und Kunst« statt. Das Symposion »Von Morgenröten, die noch nicht geleuchtet haben« wird nicht nur die philosophischen, sondern auch die literarischen, ökonomischen, ökologischen, kunsttheoretischen, politischen und religionsanalytischen Aspekte des außerordentlich umfangreichen Werkes von Peter Sloterdijk analy...
By 青雪故事2010
By 读课文的老王
Im Figarino Webradio hört ihr jede Woche rund um die Uhr ein neues spannendes Abenteuer als Fortsetzungsgeschichte. Und das Beste: Jede Folge gibt es auch als Download!
By Miss_Tree小树
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