Hosted by Michael Hobbes and Peter Shamshiri, If Books Could Kill focuses on “airport bestsellers that captured our hearts and ruined our minds.”
Hamish McKenzie, one of the founders of Substack, has launched a podcast, Active Voice, “about how great writers reckon with the internet.”
We almost missed this show, which launched in July: an all-new podcast about the “bad behavior within the secretive world of book publishing.”
Podcast network Lemonada Media and Penguin Random House have partnered to launch the Lemonada Book Club podcast.
The show is hosted by Susan Orlean and Hrishikesh Hirway and is a spin-off of the popular show Song Exploder.
Bonnier Books UK is launching Twelve Point Audio, an imprint focused on audio originals and podcasts.
The Book Case will be hosted by ABC News journalist Charlie Gibson and daughter Kate Gibson.
Founded by wealthy book influencer and podcaster Zibby Owens, Zibby Books will publish one book per month,
The Rights Factory, a literary agency, has just launched a new agency-wide podcast, Agent Provocateur, “to intrigue, entertain, and yes, provoke you.”
Podcasters who can elevate or transform their podcast concept or content into a unique book are best positioned to secure a publishing deal