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Bookish podcasts to listen to when you want to hear thoughts on everything book related

Sometimes after you read a book the one thing you want to do is discuss it, or maybe you like to see discussions of anything book related, including the writing process. However, sometimes finding the people you want to discuss these things with can be difficult, as the people you know may not be as avid in their reading as you. So, to help solve that issue here are a few podcast suggestions that are perfect for this situation.

88 cups of tea

This podcast is for those who are interested in the different types of writing processes, and for those who are creative writers themselves looking for guidance in their storytelling process. This podcast creates a connection with the writing community. With interviews and discussions with many different authors, typically young adult authors, this podcast is a great listen for those who would like to write their own book someday.

Annotated

In this podcast you can find the hosts studying different aspects of books, reading, and language. Previous episodes have been focused on the 2018 Nobel crisis in literature, Agatha Christie’s mysterious disappearance, and how Shakespeare was saved.  This podcast is a great listen for those who love to learn more about the community, its creators and everything in-between.

All the books

This biweekly podcast is great for those who love to keep up to date with the newest releases. Run by the editors of the site Bookriot, All the books is a great podcast where the discussions are all about the hot and highly anticipated releases of the month. Other episodes see the hosts go back to some of their favourite books. They also have episodes opening the discussion to its listeners by having the host answer listeners’ questions.

YA cafe

This podcast is great for fans of Young Adult books. The podcast is a round table discussion of a new title in young adult literature. The chat is joined by readers, teachers, librarians, authors, and media critics to provide many points of view on the new title. And if you haven’t read the discussed book by the time the episode is out, there is no need to worry, as the first half of the episode is spoiler-free.

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Niamh O'Connell

Books Editor | 19-20

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