Skönlitteratur – Island – Nya podcasts

  • This is Thresholds: a series of conversations with writers about experiences that completely turned them upside down, disoriented them in their lives, changed them, and changed how and why they wanted to write.

    Hosted by Jordan Kisner, author of the essay collection THIN PLACES.

    Thresholds is a Lit Hub Radio podcast.

  • Bobby and Daniel talk about everything fiction. From movies to books, we will be providing our overviews and thoughts. Welcome to a fictional conversation.
    Podcast Links:
    Twitter: @Fictional_Convo

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    Daniel Links:
    Twitter: @DanielBGreene

  • Charlotte comes home from school thinking it’s just a normal day. Until she opens the door. Charlotte and her best friend Ella go through a set of mysteries to find out where her missing family is.
    FOLLOW OUR INSTAGRAM: Spooked_Podcast

  • This is a podcast made by me and my friend Ethan we will be doing different categories such as pop-culture music Doctor Who and Narnia with a little bit with a little bit of Star Wars in Star Wars we will come together but our first episode will be pop-culture in Spiderman far from home and we will both come together for this one because in our first episode I hope you enjoy are you Whovians.

  • In a world where it's too dangerous to go outside, a starry-eyed teen cellist risks leaving her apartment to win the love of the rebel punk next door. A twisted musical with a good, pure heart.

    Starring Annie Golden, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Marc Kudisch, Sarah Stiles, Taylor Trensch, Tony Vincent

    Book by Jason Schafer, Music by Arthur Lafrentz Bacon, Lyrics by Harris Doran
    Based on a story by Jason Schafer, suggested by Oscar Wilde’s fairytale “The Nightingale and the Rose”

    Directed and Edited by Harris Doran

    Audio Drama produced by Dori Berinstein and Alan Seales, in association with Kent Nicholson, Katie Rosin, Steve Saporito

    Orchestrated by Bruce Coughlin
    Additional production and orchestration by Arthur Lafrentz Bacon
    Re-Recording Mixing by Ric Schnupp 
    Sound Editing José Villaman
    Sound Engineer Alan Seales
    Song recordings produced by Tim Andreasen with Søren Møller, Creative Producer, of the Fredericia Teater   
    Martin Konge, musical director and keyboards
    Steffen Schackinger on guitar
    Florian Navarro on reeds
    Jakob Rosendahl Povisen on violin
    Tobias Lautrup on cello
    Allan Nagel on bass
    Lars Mollenberg on drums 
    Song recordings Engineered by Brian Montgomery
    Vocals recorded at Avatar Studios, NYC, and the actors’ apartments during self isolation

    Songs in Episode 1

    The Prologue (And the Sun Didn't Rise Again)..... Company

    Twilight..... Bronwyn

    Bleeding Love..... Puppy

    Plastic Rose..... Bronwyn

    Songs in Episode 2

    Up There..... Sweet William, The Super

    Up There (reprise)..... The Super

    The Cello Lesson..... Madame Floy

    Maybe I Met A Girl..... Sweet William

    It's Just A Street..... Bronwyn

    Songs in Episode 3

    Lolli Pops..... Lolli

    Lolli's Popoff..... Lolli

    Is This Summer?..... Puppy, Bronwyn

    Intruders..... Madame Floy, Sweet William, The Super, Lolli

    The Finale..... Company

  • This is about the struggles people go through daily to survive. The story of EJIROGHENE mirrors the lives of most people on the society. It also hints on some of the negatives things we see from time to time

  • Í þáttunum ræðir Anna Margrét Ólafsdóttir við rithöfunda um allt mögulegt sem tengist því að skrifa og skálda. Sjónum verður aðallega beint að því hvernig það er að stíga fyrstu skrefin sem rithöfundur og hvernig ferlið við ritun bóka, ljóða og sagna er.

  • Ever miss those spooky campfire stories you heard growing up? Well, gather round... and listen close.

  • Matti og Nóri fletta ofan af illskunni og segja hana á skemmtilegan hátt. Morðingjar, Brjálæðingar, Draugar, Nornir, Náttúran, og hvað sem er.. hlægjum framan í hætturnar og fræðumst í leiðini - Myrkvuninsta - rót

  • For the nerds of Brooklyn, but also the storytellers, Game Play Radio invites local friend groups, chronic D&D-ers, and creative professionals to come and play characters of their own creation and explore a wide variety of worlds as described by the “Game Master” and radio host, Eryn. Professional writers can battle each other using haikus. Musicians can try to beat a Star Destroyer as if they’re in a Star Wars film. Local newbies can become bears and try to steal honey from a human food festival. The possibilities – and the laughs – are endless.

  • A podcast about the people of Wellesley, MA and the ghosts (and monsters) who haunt them.