Looking for something to listen to on your commute? Check out the best in book podcasts recording in 2018, including:
- The Brit Lit Podcast
- Beaks & Geeks
- Banging Book Club
- The Secret Library Podcast
- Just The Right Book
- Read-Aloud Revival
- Between The Covers
- Literary Friction
- Fully Booked
- Read To Lead
- Freedom, Books, Flowers & The Moon
Ready to hear more about each of these bookish podcasts?
This is a bi-monthly show that covers news from the world of British books and publishing. It’s hosted by Book Riot’s very own Claire Handscombe!
Beaks & Geeks hosts candid conversations with authors. Past guests include Celeste Ng, Anita Shreve, Amor Towles, Colin Dickey, Blake Crouch, Yaa Gyasi, and George Saunders.
On this podcast, three friends gather each week to talk about what they’ve read with a healthy amount of “inappropriate comments, snark, and silliness.”
Recommended is a podcast from Book Riot featuring interesting people talking about their favorite books. Past guests include Alyssa Cole, Kevin Kwan, Lauren Groff, Madeline Miller, and Seanan McGuire.
This book podcast is like RadioLab for books, studying different aspects of books, reading, and language. Past episodes have focused on the 2018 Nobel crisis in literature, Agatha Christie’s mysterious disappearance, and how Shakespeare was saved.
Three friends read a sex book each month and discuss it on this podcast.
This podcast is hosted by Unbound’s John Mitchinson and Andy Miller (author of The Year of Reading Dangerously). It’s all about “bringing old books back to the surface.”
Blogger Caroline Donahue interviews authors to get an insider’s perspective on the publishing process and dispel the myth of overnight success. Past guests include V.E. Schwab, Jade Chang, Ben Winters, and Esmé Weijun Wang.
Hosted by the owner of R.J. Julia Booksellers , this podcast is all about new and noteworthy books. It also features interviews with the likes of Daniel Handler, Ann Patchett, and Book Riot’s own Rebecca Schinsky.
Read-Aloud Revival features “inspiring and informative” interviews to “help parents, homeschoolers, and teachers make reading aloud a central part of family life.”
This podcast features interviews with established and up-and-coming authors of fiction, nonfiction, and narrative poetry. Past guests include Ursula K. Le Guin, Maggie Nelson, Roxane Gay, and Junot Díaz.
Literary Friction is “a monthly conversation about books and ideas.” The two hosts interview authors and each show is built around a theme. Past guests include Julianne Pachico, Sarah Perry, and Emily Witt.
On this podcast, “the editors at Kirkus Reviews interview your favorite authors, tell you whether or not books on the bestseller list are worth the read, and introduce you to great books you may otherwise never find.”
Jeff Brown, the host of Read to Lead, believes that “intentional and consistent reading is key to success in business and life.” Every week he hosts business authors such as Seth Godin, Brian Tracy, Dan Miller, and John Maxwell.
This weekly podcast from The Times Literary Supplement explores culture and ideas through the lens of literature.
And, as always, be sure to check out the many more amazing book podcasts that Book Riot has to offer!
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