10 Best Canadian Literature Podcasts
Canadian Literature Podcasts
Here are 10 Best Canadian Literature Podcasts worth listening to in 2023
1. Can't Lit
A monthly podcast on all things Canadian and literature. Hosted by Dina Del Bucchia and Jen Sookfong Lee.
Also in Book Podcasts, Literature Podcasts, Canadian Book Podcasts
Play⋅ 624⋅ 3.7K ⋅1 episode / quarter ⋅ Avg Length 72 min ⋅ Apr 2014 Get Email Contact
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Stories about how literature sounds. SpokenWeb is a monthly podcast that shares stories from the audio archives of Canadian literary history. Drawing on Canadian literary archival recordings from across Canada, episodes are snapshots of Canadian literary history and contemporary responses to it, including interviews, panel discussions, lectures, readings, and audio essays.
Play⋅ 607⋅ 751 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 37 min ⋅ Sep 2019 Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Every other Friday, join Alex Lynch and the Hart House Literary and Library Committee (HHLLC) as they talk about the big ideas in literature with University of Toronto professors and Canadian authors, showcase emerging authors from around the Hart House community, and chat about the books they love. We also feature recordings from HHLLC panels and workshops. Whether you're a casual reader or a devoted bibliophile, this is the podcast for you!
Play⋅ 881⋅ 182 ⋅1 episode / month ⋅ Avg Length 42 min ⋅ Jul 2020 Get Email Contact
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Canadian Authors - Toronto is excited to present our new podcast about writers helping writers! Words with Writers Podcast showcases our members and their publication news, book launches, journal releases, and public readings. Each month we will feature a CA-T member on the show to read their work and discuss their process with hosts Chris Gorman and Brandi Tanner.
Also in Canadian Writing Podcasts
Play⋅ 233⋅ 381 ⋅3 episodes / year ⋅ Avg Length 61 min ⋅ May 2020 Get Email Contact
Join the Writers Trust of Canada as they bring to you amazing Canadian writers for smart talks, provocative conversations, and dramatic readings. The Writers Trust is a charitable organization that seeks to advance, nurture, and celebrate Canadian writers and writing.
Play⋅ 6.5K⋅ 23.6K ⋅ May 2016 Get Email Contact
Releasing a new book is an exciting time, but what happens when your scheduled release is hampered by a global pandemic. Well, for many Canadian authors, they launch anyways! The Canadian Launch Pod is a podcast created to support Canadian authors releasing books for children and young adults during the COVID-19 crisis. We'll speak to authors who may be familiar to you, and authors who may be new to your library. Join us as we explore the expanding universe of Canadian literature for young (and not-so-young) readers!
Play⋅ 130⋅ 5.1K ⋅1 episode / year ⋅ Avg Length 30 min ⋅ Jul 2020 Get Email Contact
JF Garrard (writer, editor and publisher) interviews authors, editors, agents, publishers and other art industry professionals about what inspires them to create and what led to their success. Writers on the podcast will showcase their work by reading from their book. If are an author, a potential author or a reader who just wants to hear about what goes on in a writer's mind and the publishing industry, this is the podcast for you.
Play⋅ 187⋅ 1.3K ⋅1 episode / year ⋅ Avg Length 37 min Get Email Contact