Posts Tagged: podcasts
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley published a new study about brain activity in people listening to podcasts, the New York Times reported. “Using novel computational methods, the group broke down the stories into units of meaning: social elements, for example, like friends and parties, as well as locations and emotions....more
You’ve heard of audiobooks, but what about audio-litmags?
Palaver Press is now accepting submissions of short fiction, songs, and sound works on the themes “piano” and “da capo” for new ninety-minute podcasts that “will feature several narrated short-stories, seamlessly woven together with music, exploring concepts derived from music and compositional theory.”...more
If you’re not already listening to the Believer’s new podcast, the Organist, don’t worry—there’s still time to catch up!
The third episode, posted earlier this month, swings from hillbilly records to classic horror movies, hitting everything in between.
It’s worth a listen for the weird-ass Jack White/Conan O’Brien interview alone....more
Woohoo! Lit podcast Drunken Odyssey has a new episode up in which host John King talks to our very own Stephen Elliott and Isaac Fitzgerald.
Topics include Happy Baby, About Cherry, and bend-over boyfriends.
Plus it says right there on the site that Drunken Odyssey is “your favorite podcast about creative writing, literature, and drinking,” so what are you waiting for?...more
A little over a month ago, our friends at Litquake debuted their newest venture: a podcast.
Available as a free, bi-monthly download, Litquake’s Lit Cast features the “best of” in writerly conversations and readings that Litquake holds throughout the year, and has already showcased the talents of Adam Johnson, Geoff Dyer, Peter Carey, Carolyn Burke, and Alice LaPlante....more