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This is a show where my sister Belle and I talk about different bookish content. Topics include recent read talks, book to movie comparisons, bad retellings of classic stories, and more. New episode releases every other Sunday!
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Have you ever binge-read a new favorite series, only to end up with a book-hangover? Or finished a heart-stopping scene only to look around and not be able to talk to anyone about it? Maybe you’ve even felt embarrassed about what you’re reading because it isn’t considered a “classic” by people you know. Book Talk for BookTok with Jac and Amy is the go-to literary podcast to discuss your favorite novels with your newest book-besties. They use their literary backgrounds to analyze what makes t ...
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Welcome to Book Talk! We're all about books. What you like to read, how you like to read it. Who's your favorite author? What's your favorite series and much more.
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Have you wanted in-depth interviews with your favorite authors, aspiring authors and everyone in between? Let’s Book Talk is the BookTok podcast you’ve been looking for! Hosted by David Triana (@davidmt966 on TikTok), Let’s Book Talk will be welcoming authors to dive into their careers and what sparked their love for the written word, BookTok creators to talk about the impact reading has had on their lives, and much more. If you’re an aspiring author, published author, obsessed reader, or an ...
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The Short Box: A Comic Book Talk Show

The Short Box Podcast: A Comic Book Talk Show

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The Short Box is one of the longest-running comic book podcasts in the industry. Started in 2012, and hosted by Badr Milligan (along with a rotating cast of co-hosts and friends). It is home to weekly conversations about comic news, artist spotlights and reviews, and has hosted HUNDREDS of the world's best comic creators for in-depth interviews and behind-the-scenes stories you won't hear anywhere else. The Short Box was made to entertain long-time comic collectors, inspire future creators, ...
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Join award-winning, indie author, Dianne Burckhardt, as she chats with fellow authors and industry insiders around the world about their work, inspirations, greatest challenges, and triumphs. Writing is often the easy part, and the real work begins once the author writes, "The End." Dianne and her guests shed light on what it takes to be a successful author in today's markets whether as an indie author or traditionally published. Dianne's guests share their insights on their personal journey ...
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Book Talk Conversation

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Original thinkers discuss their childhood books. Stories that influenced their career and life choices. Join us for a creative journey alongside scientists, mathematicians, artists, philosophers, inventors, & writers who will transport you into the world of childhood imagination and curiosity.
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The place where authors come to talk about their books. If you are an author, please tell us what your book is about and let's schedule an episode for you. To reach us, go to www.bookplacemedia.com www.diaryofaspeaker.com
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Book Talk Radio Club interviews authors about their books and the inspiration behind their writing and genre. Authors range from Thriller genres to Self-Help and everything in between. Book Talk Radio Club is hosted by Claire Harris
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Join the conversation, text us now. Hello Happy People Today Dianne get to shares her conversation with the incredible Andrew Najberg. Andrew has built a career deeply embedded in the artistry of the written word. Having spent eighteen years as a teacher for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, he has taught courses in creative writing, rhet…
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This episode (Ep.435) was recorded at Gotham City Limit comic shop with Ben Kingsbury (the owner!). Ben and Badr chop it up about their predictions for SDCC 2024, and discuss Marvel's big events (Blood Hunt & The Ultimate Universe) vs DC's big events (Absolute Universe & All-In initiative). They also talk about what it takes to run a successful com…
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Send us a Text Message. In Episode 160 of Book Talk, Etc., Tina and Hannah talk about their comfort zone books! In this episode we discuss what we consider to be both our comfort zone books AND our comfort reads! We get into the bookish weeds with this one and explore our favorite books, authors, and genres. Loving Lately Female Foodie (H) Mexican …
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On this week's episode, developmental editor Savannah helps Jac with her query letter, only for things to take a big turn. Find Savannah on her Instagram @savannah.gilb or her website https://www.savannahgilbo.com/ Sponsor: BetterHelp.com/BOOKTOK - to get 10% off your first month of therapy Lumedeodorant.com and use code BOOKTALK for 15% off Learn …
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Hello listeners, you are in for a surprise this episode.. Sunita ma'am from Vizag has graciously hosted this episode where I am reviewing a book from one of my favourite Indian authors, Preeti Shenoy.. The book "A Hundred Little Flames" is set up in a laid back village in the beautiful landscapes of Kerala and delves into relationships spanning 3 g…
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Hello fellow ink drinkers! Today Belle is going to talk about her thoughts on fantasy books now that she has started to read more of them. There are also many other random topics in this episode Email us at blindgirlsbookblog@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @blindgirlsbooks Check out "A Tale of Two Beasts" on Wattpad Check out our other show "It's…
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Ozge Samanci on her graphic novel “Evil Eyes Sea” (Uncivilized Books). The semi-autobiographical story is a murder mystery centred on a group of students at Istanbul's Boğaziçi University in the 1990s. It follows up from her highly successful graphic novel “Dare to Disappoint”. Become a member on Patreon or Substack to support Turkey Book Talk. Mem…
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Check out Samantha's website: https://samanthareneebooks.com/ Follow Samantha on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/23349372.Samantha_Renee Get "Council of Myths: Origins" on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Council-Myths-Origins-Samantha-Renee/dp/B0BQY6LNVV Where to listen to Let's Book Talk: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/…
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Wow, this interview was a lot of fun to do. Dean is a special guy, and talking to him felt like reliving my childhood. “Little House on the Prairie” was a staple in our house every Monday night for years. How did this show last so long? It truly embodied wonderful family values. I believe my sister related deeply to Laura Ingalls Wilder, the main c…
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Mark Greaney is best known for his Grey Man series starring the burned CIA operator turned assassin Court Gentry. But today we’ll be discussing the second book in his other series, starring Josh and Nicole Duffy. The first book Armored came out in 2022, and today we’ll be talking about Sentinel which is newly available from Berkely Books.…
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Book Talk for June 25 2024 Dinner in Camelot: the night America's greatest scientists, writers, and scholars partied at the Kennedy White House by Joseph Esposito Account of a dinner on April 29, 1962, hosted by President and Mrs. John F. Kennedy for Nobel laureates, writers, scientists, historians, and artists. Discusses the historical context of …
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss Divine Rivals by Rebecca Ross. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 2 of this week's episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Join the conversation, text us now. Hello Happy People, If you have been following along this season, you know inclusion and representation has been a big theme for us. It's important for anyone to see people like themselves in books, but it's especially true for children. My guest today brings fun, creative, and empowering images to children with …
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Powerpuff Girls is making its return to comics with a brand-new series from Dynamite Entertainment (issue one in shops now!), and Eisner-award winning writer: Kelly Thompson (Birds of Prey, Scarlett, Black Widow) is writing it!. Kelly joins Badr in Ep. 434 for a conversation about sugar, spice, and everything that's nice, and talks about what fans …
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Send us a Text Message. In Episode 159 of Book Talk, Etc., Tina and Hannah talk about vacation reading. We discuss what kind of books we crave when we're on vacation, the unique challenges and joys of reading on the go, and crafting an ideal bookworm vacation. If you enjoy our commercial-free podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon! Your …
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss Divine Rivals by Rebecca Ross. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 1 of this week's episode. SPONSOR: citybeauty.com code BOOKTALK for 15% off your order Learn more a…
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 2 of this week's episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Join the conversation, text us now. Hello Happy People, In this week's episode of Book Banter with Dianne Burckhardt, Dianne chats with Darlene Dziomba. Darlene is a cozy mystery writer with two passion projects in her life, writing great cozy mysteries and bringing awareness to the need for pet adoptions and the great work being done at no kill sh…
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This episode (Ep. 433) was recorded LIVE at this year's Duval Comic & Zine Fest. Badr sat down with award-winning cartoonist: Nate Powell, to talk about several of his highly acclaimed graphic novels like March, Fall Through, and Lies My Teacher Told Me. Nate also shares what it was like working with civil-rights icon: John Lewis, his creative proc…
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Send us a Text Message. In Episode 158 of Book Talk, Etc., Tina and Hannah share some new book releases that they have read and what they thought of them. For this week’s Book Talk, Tina and Hannah give each other some fun bookish “would you rather” questions! If you enjoy our commercial-free podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon! Your …
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss The Cruel Prince by Holly Black. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 1 of this week's episode. SPONSOR: Blissy! Search blissy.com/BOOKTALKPOD and use code BOOKTALKPOD…
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Hello fellow ink drinkers! Today Belle and I are talking about what we would do if we had a book club. We had a lot of fun discussing all aspects of our fictional book clubs so let us know what you would do if you ran a book club. Email us at blindgirlsbookblog@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @blindgirlsbooks Check out "A Tale of Two Beasts" on Wa…
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In this episode, my guest Upasana reviews the amazing book "Exhalation" by American writer, Ted Chiang. Exhalation: Stories explores nine stories touching issues such as humanity in the universe, time travel, free will and the uses of A.I. Upasana has reviewed the book wonderfully and i hope you enjoy listening to it. Music Credit : Olexy by Pixaba…
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 2 of this week's episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit …
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Join the conversation, text us now. Hello Happy People, Today Dianne chats with Romanian born children’s book author Andreea Rus. Andreea had a clear career path in mind when she set of for college. She earned a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and followed that up with a Masters in Advertising. Both potentially financially lucrative fields. After gr…
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Tony Fleecs (Stray Dogs, My Little Pony, In My Lifetime) is an Eisner & Harvey award nominated writer and artist, who is currently writing FOUR different monthly titles, including: Feral & Local Man (Image Comics), Uncanny Valley (Boom Studios), and he's also the writer of Army of Darkness Forever on Dynamite Entertainment (order issue 11 here). To…
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Send us a Text Message. In episode 157 of Book Talk, Etc., Tina and Hannah share their favorite books of the year so far. As well as sharing their top 5 best books, they share some fun bookish superlatives, 2024 reading statistics, and what they want their reading life to look like for the rest of the year. Loving Lately: Top Chef (T) Mollie Reads …
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 1 of this week's episode. SPONSOR: citybeauty.com code BOOKTALK fo…
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Sami Kent on “The Endless Country: A Personal Journey Through Turkey’s First Hundred Years” (Picador). The book paints a portrait of Turkey by combining accounts of key events with Sami’s personal reflections on growing up learning about his paternal homeland from afar, before coming to work in the country as a journalist. Become a member to suppor…
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In this episode, Prasanthi talks about the different stories in her book "Memories".She says how memories can be good and bad, thus inspiring her to tell stories potraying different emotions beautifully. Hope you enjoy listening to this review..Happy Listening!! Background Music Credit - Olexy from Pixabay…
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss The Hurricane Wars by Thea Guanzon. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 2 of this week's episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Join the conversation, text us now. Hello Happy People, Recently during J.R. Sanders’ interview with Dianne Burckhardt on her podcast, Book Banter with Dianne Burckhardt - Book Talk Podcast, the pair learned they had many things in common, from mutual author friends, to both writing historical fiction, both are trained to work in law enforcement, a…
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This episode was originally released in November 2020 as Ep. 304. Ashley selects Swamp Thing issues #52-#53, from the 1982 Swamp Thing comic series, by Alan Moore, Rick Veitch, and John Totleben, for dissection this week! It's a tale of mayhem as Swamp Thing heads to Gotham City in search of his spouse, Abby, who is on the run for crimes against na…
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Send us a Text Message. In Episode 156 of Book Talk, Etc., Tina and Hannah share their July books on the radar! They'll also be celebrating their love for local libraries and sharing some expert tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your library's resources. **If you enjoy our commercial-free podcast, please consider supporting us on Patr…
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss The Hurricane Wars by Thea Guanzon. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 1 of this week's episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Hello fellow ink drinkers! Today Belle and I are going to be talking about the books we have read so far this year. Since I have been going through a major reading slump, I have read far less than Belle has. SPOILER WARNING FOR THE BOOKS BELLE TALKS ABOUT Email us at blindgirlsbookblog@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @blindgirlsbooks Check out "A …
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Dr. Kathleen DuVal is a professor of history at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her previous works include Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution and The Native Ground: Indians and Colonists in the Heart of the Continent. Today is the final installment of a special three-part interview about her recently rele…
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In this episode, my guest, Dr. B. Gopal Singh, Associate Professor of Economics, HOD(Rtd.) talks about an interesting book "The Argumentative Indian" by Nobel laureate, economist Dr. Amartya Sen. Dr. B.Gopal Singh takes us through the contents of the book very well, throwing light on different aspects considered by Dr. Amartya Sen while writing the…
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss Angels' Blood by Nalini Singh, with special guest Lili, AKA @ahappyhermit. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 2 of this week's episode. Find Lili on Instagram and Ti…
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Join the conversation, text us now. Hello Happy People, Today Dianne brings you her interview with the incredible children's book author and educational platform creator, Sarah Beth Goncarova (writing as S.B. Goncarova). Sarah has not only created a fun collection of books for young readers, she has built an entertainment business around her amazin…
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Jeff Dekal is a freelance illustrator and one of the most prominent cover artists working in comics. His art has been used on books for AWA, Marvel, DC, Image, BOOM!, and Heavy Metal. Jeff is on the podcast to talk about his art journey and the years of preparation that led him to his big break. He also details his work process, current and upcomin…
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Book talk for June 18, 2024 First Father First Daughter by Maureen Reagan "Mermie," as she was affectionately called by her father writes about growing up with the former president and about realizing her own political ambitions. Maureen's admiration for her father shows throughout the book as she writes about her childhood in Hollywood, a string o…
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Send us a Text Message. In Episode 155 of Book Talk, Etc., Tina and Hannah dive into the world of climate fiction. What is cli-fi, and why are we drawn to these stories? **If you enjoy our commercial-free podcast, please consider supporting us on Patreon! Your membership will give you access to our exclusive bonus episodes, including Books We DNFed…
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This summer, Jac and Amy are hosting their first Summer Bookclub: the Romantasy Edition. This week we discuss Angels' Blood by Nalini Singh, with special guest Lili, AKA @ahappyhermit. We take listener feedback as well as our own analysis to review one of BookTok's favorite books. This is part 1 of this week's episode. Find Lili on Instagram and Ti…
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Istanbul-based photojournalist Bradley Secker discusses his work on migration, LGBT+ asylum seekers in the Middle East and Europe, the difficulties of practicing journalism in Turkey and the broader state of photojournalism. Become a member to support Turkey Book Talk on Patreon or Substack. Members get a 35% discount on all Turkey/Ottoman History …
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Dr. Kathleen DuVal is a professor of history at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her previous works include Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution and The Native Ground: Indians and Colonists in the Heart of the Continent. Today is the second installment of a special three-part interview about her recently rel…
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In this episode, my guest Sunita ma'am reviews the inspiring book "To Kill A Mocking Bird" authored by Harper Lee. This book is a part of classic American literature and widely read in middle school and high schools of the United States.Sunita ma'am brings out the essence of the book very well with focus on the characters touching issues like racis…
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