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Weekend Podcast Guide: Get Your Feels Here!

Want to find your next bingeable podcast? Don’t know where to start? Scared you’ve missed something?  We have listed episodes from our amazing podcasters from the last week for you to check out!

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 492. Squeeing About Fandoms and Feels with Olivia Dade

My guest this week is Olivia Dade! We had such a good time talking about fan supercuts, watching shows through gifsets, Game of Thrones spoilers, writing characters with ADHD and learning disabilities. Highlight: we discover a vintage ship we have in common and we exclaim at each other.

Kingdom of Thirst: Episode 67: Bodacious Booksellers: New Year Who Dis

In this second part to the (almost unlistenable) Bodacious Bookseller episodes, booksellers Abigail, Kat, and Ali attempt to break down their favorite books of 2021. As you might guess, things don’t go according to plan. Discussion includes CONSORT’S GLORY, spuds, VE Schwab Supremacy, stomach distress, and the loudest taco restaurant in the world.

First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: December 31, 2021

My final installment on tracking the metrics of your creative work. If you track ad sales numbers, why not the fundamental work that makes the rest possible. As promised, I give a summary of my own metrics.

First Cup of Coffee – January 3, 2022: What we can learn from population biology on strategizing our writing careers, why there’s so much push to track ad spend and sales but not investigating our own creative process, and a big F**K OFF to people who say “stay in your lane.”

First Cup of Coffee – January 4, 2022: I’m sharing thoughts on what it really means to be a “full-time writer” vs. actually supporting yourself (and others) entirely with your writing income, what kind of planning is involved, and the vagaries of the career.

First Cup of Coffee – January 6, 2022: What I’ve been doing this week to improve my concentration and return to my previous wordcount output – and other thoughts on doomscrolling, the attention economy, and choosing the happy.

Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 354 – Jeff & Will’s Year in Books

Jeff & Will discuss their favorite books from 2021, including titles by Sarina Bowen, Slade James, Eli Easton & Tara Lain, Adriana Herrera, Emery Lee, Steven Rowley, TJ Klune, and K.C. Kassidy. They also review books by Noah Steele, Baylin Crow and K.M. Neuhold, as well as discuss some holiday programming they’ve been watching.

Episode 355 – Book Recommendations to Ring in 2022: Jeff reviews “The Best Men” by Lauren Blakely & Sarina Bowen, “Here’s to Us” by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera, and “If This Gets Out” by Sophie Gonzales & Cale Dietrich. The guys also discuss 13 books they’re looking forward to in January, including titles by David Valdes, K.M. Neuhold & Mia Monroe, Susan Scott Shelley & Chantal Mer, Pandora Pine, Nora Phoenix, Cat Sebastian, A.L. Graziadei, Kiki Clark & E.M. Lindsey, Alexis Hall, A.M. Arthur, Merry Farmer, and the authors of the forthcoming “Heart2Heart” anthology.

The SSR Podcast: Episode 175: The Story of Dr. Dolittle (with Andrew + Craig from Overdue Podcast)

On Episode 175, Alli and her guests — the hosts of the Overdue podcast — kick off a new year and the fourth-annual Manuary with a conversation about The Story of Dr. Dolittle, which was written by Hugh Lofting and originally published in 1920. And if you thought the Dr. Dolittle universe was all about talking animals, you’re very mistaken! In fact, the book inspires discussions about everything from animal personhood and colonialism to socialism and the various ways talking animals are portrayed on-screen.

Overdue is a podcast about the books you’ve been meaning to read, hosted by Andrew Cunningham and Craig Getting. New episodes drop every Monday on your favorite podcast player! Follow the pod on Instagram (@overduepod) and Twitter (@OverduePod). Follow hosts Andrew (@AndrewWrites) and Craig (@MCgetting) on Twitter, too!

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