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The best podcasts for book reviews, author interviews, and entertaining literary feedback. Find good read recommendations for men, women, and kids. As well as a diversity of authors and genres.

// List of 11 of the best book podcasts
Book Club For Kids

Award-winning radio journalist, Kitty Felde, hosts this excellent podcast, where middle schoolers & teens meet to talk about books, and their favorite recommendations. Each episode also features a celebrity reader, as well as author interviews.

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    Books & Boba

    Books & Boba is a podcast and literary club focusing on books written by Asian and Asian American authors. Join hosts Marvin Yueh and Reera Yoo for reviews on all sorts of genres including historical fiction, contemporary reads, sci-fi & fantasy, graphic novels, non-fiction, and memoirs.

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      Moms Don’t Have Time To Read Books

      In each episode of this award-winning literary podcast, mom of four Zibby Owens speaks with authors to discuss their work, characters, and new releases, as well as their favorite reads. Zibby’s likes to make you think about what you read, feel its emotion, and connect with its message.

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        Black Chick Lit

        Listen in to Black Chick Lit as hosts Mollie & Danielle crack open a bottle of wine, discuss books, and laugh at each other’s jokes. Twice a month they discuss books written by, about, and for black women. This podcast is well worth a listen. And these women are fabulously funny & entertaining.

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          What Should I Read Next?

          What Should I Read Next is a weekly podcast about books from Ann Bodel, who also runs the blog, The Modern Mrs. Darcy. Each week Ann speaks with a reader about the books they’ve loved, hated, as well as what they are currently reading, and recommendations for your next read.

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            The Book Review

            Join host Pamela Paul and the editors at the NY Times Book Review for a podcast about the best new book releases. For 15 years, listeners have been tuning in each week for the latest book review, as well as discussions & news from the book world in general.

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              The Legendarium

              A podcast for sci-fi and fantasy book lovers, where a host of panelists from varying backgrounds discuss both the classics and new releases. You can listen to archived podcasts about your favorite author and classic reads, or just follow the episodes and go with the flow.

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                The Stacks

                The Stacks is like an online book club as well as a literary podcast. Every month, host Traci Thomas invites a new guest from TV & movie stars to best-selling authors & public figures. They discuss all things books, the book of the month, as well as their own reading habits.

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                  Book Riot

                  Hosted by Jeff O’Neal and Rebecca Joines Schinsky, the Boot Riot podcast airs weekly with all the current news and updates from the book world. They discuss children’s, young adult books, as well as mystery, thrillers, nonfiction, romance, and sci-fi for more mature readers.

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                    Philosophize This

                    Philosophize This is an educational podcast about how the great thinkers of the past forged the world into what it is today. Begin at the start if you’d like to learn more about philosophy teachings in chronological order.

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