Literary podcasts

By posted at 6:22 pm on August 8, 2005 4

I don’t have an iPod or any other digital audio device, so the recent craze for podcasts has somewhat passed me by – though I occasionally will listen to one on my PC. I have, however, noticed the recent emergence of literary podcasts. Here are a few I’ve noticed so far.

Know of any other literary podcasts? Leave a comment and I’ll add them to the list.

Update: Check out Ed’s very thorough list of literary podcasts.

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4 Responses to “Literary podcasts”

  1. Anonymous
    at 6:04 pm on January 15, 2007

    You forgot SWAP by Sam Moffie!

  2. Strawman
    at 12:01 pm on September 12, 2007

    Is Slate's Audio Book Club too commerical?

  3. Steve Hodgson
    at 12:24 pm on September 28, 2010

    Please be sure to check out our podcast as we baiscally only cover published books.

  4. A Kidd
    at 10:13 am on October 31, 2012

    There is a funny, slightly leftfield literary podcast coming out of England. An academic and literary journalist chew over a topic – architecture, history, art, pop music – with a guest, often a writer. It is certainly free and the podcasts are downloadable from their website.

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