I like to say that I was listening to podcasts before they were hip (check out this post from waaay back in 2009). Maybe I don’t really think that’s true, but I have been listening to them for a long time. Word on the street is that we’re currently in a golden age of podcasts, and there’s definitely a lot to choose from. Quality and content … Continue reading A Golden Age of Podcasts
Reading can be a solitary habit and I’m in an interactive kind of mood today. With that in mind – here’s a set of links to things that require some giving & receiving. Enjoy! The Readers Podcast, hosted by the UK litbloggers Savidge Reads and GavReads, is compiling a long list for The International Readers Book Awards 2011. Due to some technical difficulties with the … Continue reading The Review: Book-ish News You May Have Missed
I haven’t participated in a Weekly Geeks for a while – but I couldn’t resist this week’s entitled “Podcasts Anyone?” My original list of favorite podcasts went up back in April – but since then I’ve discovered a few more to share. Because, I’ll say it again, the next best thing to reading books is reading about books. And when that isn’t an option… The … Continue reading Weekly Geeks: Did Somebody Say “Podcast”?
The next best thing to reading a book is reading about books. Fact. But let’s face it: there are only so many hours in the day. Thankfully there are the Podcasts. (Seriously, what is sexier than an Ipod?) I subscribe to a few different ones on a variety of topics. Below are a few of my favorite literary podcasts. Needless to say (we are in … Continue reading The Magic of Podcasts (Redux)