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Podcasts

Please note that Queen's University at Kingston is not responsible for materials contained in externally produced Podcasts.

Podcast The New York Times Book Review
Sam Tanenhaus, editor of The New York Times Book Review, discusses the week's issue.

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Podcast CBC Radio: Writers and Company
Writers and Company offers an opportunity to explore the lives, thoughts, and works of writers from around the world. Hosted by Eleanor Wachtel.

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Podcast Grammar Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing
Grammar Girl provides short, friendly tips to help improve your writing.

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Podcast The Guardian Books Podcast
The Guardian Books Podcast provides interviews with leading authors, readings, and a recording of its monthly book club.

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Podcast The New Yorker: Fiction
The New Yorker: Fiction Podcast provides a monthly reading and conversation with the New Yorker fiction editor Deborah Treisman.

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Podcast BBC World Book Club
The BBC World Book Club invites authors from around the world to discuss their best-known novel. This monthly program, hosted by Harriet Gilbert, includes questions from BBC World Service listeners.

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Podcast BBC Radio 4 Books and Authors
The BBC World Book Club invites authors from around the world to discuss their best-known novel. This monthly program, hosted by Harriet Gilbert, includes questions from BBC World Service listeners.

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Podcast Brick Books Podcasts
The BBC World Book Club invites authors from around the world to discuss their best-known novel. This monthly program, hosted by Harriet Gilbert, includes questions from BBC World Service listeners.

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