Literature

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Ash Tales | Stories of the Apocalypse


Short stories exploring the end of the world. From nuclear Armageddon to bio-engineered super plague, humanity has an age-old obsession with the end of the world. Each week, we’ll be sharing a s

The Segilola Salami Show


The Segilola Salami Show is about books, books and more books but specifically self published books. The show is in the format of a roundtable discussion. We give tips to help self published authors a

The Thicktionary


A weekly, word-based podcast that explores the dictionary, one letter at a time.

Are You Sure?


Chris Huskins takes a look at Old Wives Tales, Sayings and Phrases. He will have help from Susie Dent (Countdown), Scientists, Doctors and You! www.abruptaudio.com/areyousure

Pocket Fiction


A weekly short-story podcast featuring writing by both myself and guest authors, across a wide range of genres. For more information, check out stevecookfiction.com!

The Jeannie McGinnis Podcast


Life is full of stories, and whether we like it or not, they happen to us every day. So how do you tell your own story? Well, sometimes a personal narrative can be made much easier if you create a nar

The End of All Things literature podcast


Rob Cutforth’s Bi-monthly podcast of interviews with writers in the North West. Critiquing and being critiqued, long form fiction, short stories, performance, Feminism and trying to make a livin

Tapes and Tales


Tapes and Tales is an audio show bringing you emerging writers telling wickedly twisted amusing stories buried inside a soup of sonic curiosity. A collaboration between writers and sound designers, ea

The Good Friends of Jackson Elias


The Good Friends of Jackson Elias is a fortnightly podcast devoted to the Call of Cthulhu roleplaying game, horror movies and horror gaming in general. It is hosted by Paul Fricker, Matthew Sanderson

The Review - Audiobook


A dark Regency mystery. Evelyn Thompson isn’t much of an actor, but she’s an expert at keeping a stiff upper lip. When The Liberty Troupe are asked to perform for the Duke of Wellington, it seems

The Literary London Podcast


A collection of stories about writers, past and present, in London – and anecdotes of those who live and work in the Arts including episodes of writer and producer Nick Hennegan’s weekly r

Dataslate


The book review show, where Station Commander Allen Stroud and Space Exploration Veteran, John Richardson, talk about all the latest happenings in Science Fiction and Fantasy before bringing you their