SPONSORED

ABOUT THIS PODCAST

The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, culture, and what to read next.
English
United States
148 episodes
since Dec. 23, 2015

LATEST EPISODE

Another crossover episode with our fine friends from the Overdue podcast! Frank and Gwen join Craig and Andrew in Philadelphia to discuss the 1956 novel Peyton Place. Is it a classic? A soap opera? A groundbreaking statement about sexuality? Is it “ripe, hotly passionate, but fickle” — the first line of the book? You decide. Peyton Place by Grace Metalious More Peyton Place... TV and film available from the Library Unbuttoning America A Biography of Peyton Place by Ardis Cameron The Vanity Fair essay about Metalious that we mentioned Her NYT obituary If you liked this episode, check out our first TLII/Overdue collab: "Lord of the Guys," back in January 2017!
SPONSORED
Disclaimer: The podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from The New York Public Library, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

CLAIM THIS PODCAST

Why to claim podcasts?

If you are a podcaster, the best way to manage your podcasts on Listen Notes is by claiming your Listen Notes podcast pages. It is a great, free way to engage the podcast community and increase the visibility of your podcasts.
After claiming your Listen Notes podcast pages, you will be able to:
Manually refresh the RSS feed to sync up
Get a verified badge (
Claimed
) alongside with your podcast name on Listen Notes
Post classified ads for sponsorship, guests, co-hosts, cross-promotion...
Coming soon:
Self-service promotion on Listen Notes
Use speech-to-text techniques to transcribe your show and edit transcripts
Improve the presence of your podcasts, e.g., self served podcaster interview...
Respond to listener comments on Listen Notes
Track your podcast stats on Listen Notes, e.g., listens, page views...
Manage episodes

EDIT

Thank you for helping to keep the podcast database up to date.
SPONSORED

RECOMMENDATIONS

SPONSORED