33% Pulp (libsyn) - Each host reads a different third of the book and recaps it for the other two. It all (somehow) comes together.
Better Than The Movie - iOS - Stitcher- Better Than the Movie is a community for people who love reading, books, book news and issues related to literature and popular culture. Our goal is to review and discuss book themes with passion and an open mind. We want to encourage readers to look beyond the Best Sellers lists and discover new voices and stories.
Black Chick Lit - iOS - Google Play - The Black Chick Lit Podcast features in-depth discussions of the latest and greatest works penned by black women. Join Dani and Mollie as they talk prose, drink wine and laugh at their own jokes.
Black & Read (stitcher) - iOS - Google Play - Black & Read is a biweekly book club discussion podcast. Each episode the host Terry Brown discusses a piece of literature from the the unique perspectives and context of people of color.
Common Sense Podcast (soundcloud) - iOS - Antonia and Patrick are dynamic early career teachers dedicated to having unfiltered conversations about the state of the American education system and the highs and lows of being classroom teachers.
GENIUS Cafe (iOS) - A podcast for supporters of higher education looking for tips and conversation about how to help students find their GENIUS.
I Found This Great Book - iOS - Spotify - I Found This Great Book is a podcast dedicated to sharing books by diverse authors. Join me as I discover speculative fiction, mysteries, graphic novels, comics, biographies, literary fiction and children's literature by authors of color. Independent authors and books from the past that deserve to be rediscovered are highlighted regularity.
Leading Equity (iOS) - This podcast focuses on supporting school leaders with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today.
LeVar Burton Reads - iOS - Google Play - Lose yourself in a great story with LeVar Burton Reads. In each episode, host LeVar Burton (Reading Rainbow, Star Trek, Roots) hand-picks a different piece of short fiction, and reads it to you.
Minorities in Publishing - iOS - MiP is a podcast discussing diversity (or lack thereof) in the book publishing industry with other professionals working in-house as well as authors and those in the literary scene.
MisRead Podcast (links) - MisRead is a book podcast where we review books, discuss topics and provide social commentary on what's happening today (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Mostly Lit (soundcloud) - iOS - Join 20-somethings AJ and Reckless Rai in their journey to keep up with the London experience, while exploring the intersection of literature, wellness and black pop-culture. Check them out weekly as they discuss key themes in a fun, playful and (mostly shady) insightful way. (London, UK)
Talking About Books For Kids (iOS) - A podcast that explores diverse books for kids and teens through conversations with authors and those that love reading children's books.
The Edu Culture (iOS) - Tune in every other week for a discussion on various topics in education that connect to cultural competency, research based strategies, and real life experiences. Our commitment to our listeners is to provide strategies and techniques each show that are immediately applicable in classrooms and schools.
The Educator's Room, LLC (podbean) - A podcast on what teachers really want to talk about.
The Slowdown - iOS - Google Podcasts - Every weekday, U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith delivers a different way to see the world – through poetry. Produced in partnership with the Library of Congress and the Poetry Foundation.
The Stacks - iOS - The Stacks is a podcast about books. Traci interviews guests about their reading habits, and then they discuss one book in depth as part of The Stacks Book Club. Guests are diverse in race, gender, sexuality, and reading tastes.
#WizardTeam: A Harry Pottercast - iOS - soundcloud - This is the Harry Potter podcast for the blog "Black Girls Nerd Out," where we discuss the Harry Potter books, one chapter at a time! WARNING: There are feelings. Feel free to tweet along with us using the hashtag #WizardTeam with your own theories and thoughts about Harry Potter!