Informative Podcasts about Fiction

1.) For those interested in getting the lay-of-land with respect to the modern novel:  

The American Novel Since 1945 Amy Hungerford is ‘the bomb’ at ‘opening the text.’ Plus, it’s an Open Yale course… classy!

2.) For straight-talk about the recent ins-and-outs of indie publishing from steampunk author, Lindsay Buroker:

 Savvy Self-Publshing Probably the most useful and practical of these kind of podcasts that I’ve found.

3.) For an INSANE level of theory drawing parallels with Freud, Post-Colonialism, Postmodernism and just about everything:

Literary Theory Another Open Yale course. Paul Fry might just make your head spin. I used to listen to it in the morning with my cereal to wake me up. 

4.) For a broad overview on the craft and business:  

The Writing Show This podcast has tons of episodes and I think the earlier ones are some of the best.

5.) For some modern and strange short fiction:

The Drabblecast The production and narration are excellent. Surprisingly little drabble is cast. 

About davidwallacefleming

David Wallace Fleming is a U.S. writer, living in Austin, Texas. He is the author of the coming-of-age, social media novel GROWING UP WIRED, and the satirical science fiction audiobook, NOT FROM CONCENTRATE.
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One Response to Informative Podcasts about Fiction

  1. Mason says:

    Well done.

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