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Book Eaters Podcast
78 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Book Eaters Podcast- Labor: How an Audiobook Gets Delivered
Special Guest Agnes Gomillion joins the Book Eaters Podcast to talk about publishing from an authors perspective. We take a deep dive into 'The Record Keeper" including some content that might be considered a spoiler and Agnes hints at what is to come in the 'Seed of Cain' scheduled for release in September of 2021. Early childhood memories are also discussed.
70 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
Book Eaters Podcast: World of Libraries
In this episode we are joined by our friend and library professional Christina to talk through all things library. We talk about where our love for libraries originated, what kind of programs and offerings are available and how library lending works.
73 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
Book Eaters: Under the Influence
In this Iris lead episode Michele and April are joined by thriller author E. A Aymar, who also writes under the pseudonym of E.A. Barres. Michele explains why she doesn't enjoy books about the love of New York City, April talks about her recent obsession with historic crime novels, our guest Ed shares with us his inspirations and writing process and Iris somewhat successfully manages to keep everyone on the topic of influential authors.
73 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Book Eaters Podcast: Story Mechanisms
For those of you who said we were editing out all the drunk bits, this episode is evidence that we are listening to your feedback. In this episode Michele speaks passionately as only a person who has had to many drinks can, about literary mechanisms including creating copies of characters, forbidden love, and unnecessary plot twists. Meanwhile Iris calmly explains what kind of humor she enjoys, and April expresses her opinions on character resurrections and odd couple type romances. The love of puns and absurd humor is discussed, and they all discover that they might just be fodder for the deeper plan.
56 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Book Eaters Podcast: Coming Of Age Stories
In this episode we discuss coming of age books. April, Michele, and Iris share stories about the first time that they over imbibed. Questions around if aliens or robots can have coming of age stories are debated and the definition and pronunciation of bildungsroman is discussed. Michele confesses that she is not a very good reader, April relates her thought processes to a cow’s stomach and Iris slowly realizes that she may be going through a midlife crisis.
54 minutes | Feb 19, 2021
Book Eaters Podcast: A Tale As Old as Time
In this episode April and Michele pre-game a little before the episode starts, where they then join Iris in discussing stories that have been retold many times. Discussion centers around fairy tales, mythology and Jane Austen. Iris attempts to have an intelligent conversation about Science Fiction authors and narratives with Michele who is unable to keep up and April delves into her fascination with pastiche.
49 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
Book Eaters Podcast: Single vs Cast Recordings
In this episode we discuss the differences between audio books recorded by a single narrator vs those recorded by a full cast.
56 minutes | Jan 22, 2021
Book Eaters: Books for Every Generation
In this episode we discuss books across all generations. How stories maintain relevance and continue to be read and influence books into the next generation. A conversation develops regarding religious texts and their translations as well as beloved books from our childhood.
67 minutes | Jan 8, 2021
Book Eaters - LOL
In this episode April, Michele and a special guest, Tracy Stegall, talk about the books that have made them laugh. They discuss how their personal preferences for humor impact the stories that they choose and the medium in which they choose to consume them. We learn that April has a dark side and that Michele has a dirty mind.
75 minutes | Sep 6, 2020
Book Eaters Podcast : White Fragility
In this episode we discuss White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo and narrated by Amy Landon. Due to the sobering nature of the book, we chose not to imbibe or create a specific drink.
64 minutes | Mar 13, 2020
Book Eaters: Triple Play
We each read, listened and watched the story of Where’d You Go Bernadette just so we could talk about the different mediums. Spoilers included
71 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Book Eaters: Book Eaters Tangle
Please join us in our most indulgent and delightful episode yet, where we discuss the first Trilogy in Robin Hobbs Realm of the Elderlings. We talked about the experiences in listening and reading the Farseer trilogy while we enjoyed a few Sandsedge Slings.
55 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
Book Eaters: Modern Day Romance
Listen as we discuss the romance genre with our special guess Jess Brent who has well thought out opinions regarding the feminist aspect of the romance genre and who loves these stories with her whole heart and can speak to them in a respectful and endearing way. Content Warning: Sexual Content, Rape and Sexual Assualt
46 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Book Eaters: Thin Line
We didn’t pull our punches – in this episode we talk about the audio book narrators we love and those we love to hate.
53 minutes | Jan 17, 2020
Book Eaters: First Love
In this episode we talk about the first time we listened to audio books and how those experiences helped us fall in love.
44 minutes | Jan 3, 2020
Book Eaters: Prologue
In our inaugural episode we talk about how the podcast came about and discuss the art of skimming while reading or listening to books.
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