2 shows,
Hear Golden Globe-winner Chris Colfer ("Glee") discuss his new book, "The Land of Stories," a fast-paced adventure that uniquely combines our modern-day world with the enchanting calm of classic fairytales.
1 shows,
Meet best-selling author and TV personality Bethenny Frankel as she discusses her book, “Skinnydipping: A Novel,” her first work of fiction.
16 shows, 12 years ago
Teen Services @ Manchester Public Library presents Prime Speaks. ed (a.k.a. Prime) talks about books, audiobooks and other things that might be of interest. As well as some of my regulars that frequent the library.
64 shows, 4 years ago
A podcast dedicated to all things geek from the perspective of women heavily involved in the community in various ways. A podcast filled with fun, sass, knowledge, good discussion and friendly debates.
33 shows, 6 years ago
Podcast containing all the audio Modern Evil Press has to offer, including serialized novels, poetry, and short fiction.
15 shows, 19 years ago
Monkeybicycle is a literary journal that promotes great writing from both new and seasoned writers, along with everyone in between.
3 shows, 9 years ago
Chaque mois, de septembre à juin, une liste de 5 albums est établie, par les membres de l'association en collaboration avec la Librairie l'Hydragon, parmi les sorties récentes mêlant albums franco-belges, comics et/ou manga, nouveautés et rééditions d’anciens, éditeurs majeurs et indépendants de façons à répondre aux goûts de chacun. L’emprunteur s’engage à lire l’album et à proposer un avis critique et argumenté lors de la réunion suivante du club de lecture. Il s’engage également à en rédiger ponctuellement une critique écrite et publiable sur le blog « Cases donjon ». En conclusion de chaque réunion du club de lecture un vote est organisé. Chaque adhérent présent donne une appréciation graduée de 1 à 5 aux albums de la liste. La somme obtenue fournissant le classement final.
6 shows, 9 years ago
This audio podcast series showcases James Joyce's short story 'The Dead' from his collection 'Dubliners' and explores themes within the story drawing on scholarly research and connecting it with the archive collections in UCD, the National Library and the National Archives. www.joycesdublin.ie
0 shows, a year ago
En radioklumme om kærlighed til sproget, nye udtryk og gamle ords historie.
113 shows, 5 years ago
The Writing University podcast offers recordings of writing events associated with the University of Iowa. Such events include the Iowa Summer Writing Festival's "Eleventh Hour" craft talks, as well as readings from the International Writing Program and other departments on campus.
11 shows, 9 years ago
A slim volume podcast collection of eleven classic short stories read by Mike Bennett. This podcast features six stories from Saki (H.H. Munro), including Gabriel-Ernest, The Open Window, and Sredni Vashtar. Also included are tales from H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Elizabeth Braddon, and a rarely-heard gem from Mark Twain, The Cannibalism in the Cars. These stories were originally recorded and presented on the Mike Bennett Sometimes podcast between 2008 and 2010.
4 shows, 11 years ago
Getting Something Read publishes original short works of poetry and fiction.
150 shows,
Each week on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books, Sarah Wendell interviews authors, readers, reviewers, bloggers, publishing professionals, editors, and librarians about romance novels, which are among the most popular genres in fiction worldwide. Popular guests include: Ilona Andrews, Robin Bradford, NPR's Barrie Hardymon, Jaye Wells, and Rachel Aaron. Amanda, Carrie, Elyse, and RedHeadedGirl, the crew of reviewers at SB-TB.com, also make frequent appearances with maximum silliness. Frequent topics include romance novels, the way the genre is changing, and the brilliant and interesting people who read, write, and produce it, and issues common among romance readers. Plus, we always recommend some books we're reading and really enjoying. Learn more at SB-TB.com/Podcast.

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Books Writing Australian politics Media Gaahh Life Feminism Adelaide Language Politics Absurdities Blogging Family Working Reading Literature Christmas Fark Felinitude History Music The Election Writers Work Cats Eek LOLstuff Politicians Friends Weather Aarrgggh Danger Health and maintenance Journalism Australia TV Words Excellence Fed-uppedness Loud Denunciation Memory Reviewing Thinking Fiction Irritants Seasons Anniversaries Death Domesticity Gardening Hooray Novels Whining All Creatures Great and Small Announcements Are we there yet? Asylum Seekers Food Gender Ideas Pain Editing Grr Happiness Money Movies Poetry Religion Sexism Varmints Worrying Assorted humanoid creatures Awesomeness Events Heh Weirdness Critters Disasters Feeling her age Ick Jesus wept Mysteries Out of the comfort zone Prizes Sex Sigh Sport The Future Birthdays Chip-spitting Education Facebook Grapple grapple Magazines Not Working OMG Shame South Australia Technology Thank you Captain Obvious The horror Words fail me America Bragging Creeping age Crikey Decrepitude Flowers Genius Images It just gets worse and worse Lists Lunacy Marriage Meetings Memes Newspapers Oh my Psychoanalysis Racism Reasons to be cheerful Skillz Violence Yay me Age Awards Children Clothes Comedy Cooking Der Dreaming Ethics Goodbye Government How Embarrassment Larfs Learning Learning something new every day Legends Light Melbourne No-brainers Occasions Oh well Ooh look -- the end of the tether Pav's Laws Photography Pollyanna Primeval Slime Publishing Showing her age State politics The Yartz Thrillers Typography Wikileaks Accidents Ancestors Arguing Art Avoidance behaviour Balance Behaviour Celebrations Climate change Computers Drinking Failure Film Flat earthers Football Freudian slippage Genre Goofing off Habits Hate speech Inevitability Law reform Lies of Omission Literary classics Logic Meta Narrative Nostalgia Oops Ouchie Performance Perspective Procrastination Proofreading Research Satire Self-indulgence Singing Solace Spectacle Speech Standards Surprise Talent Teaching Theory Unintentional humour War Woo Your ABC 'zoorsted Abbottwatch Acting Aid Autobiography Bad behaviour Cheap puns Cheers Climate Colours Committees Conferences Craft Cultural sensitivity Dancing Dear Dorothy Dix Delicacy Dress -- rational and irrational Driving Eating out Embroidery Essays Fanaticism Gadgets Globalisation Grammar Harry Potter Help Home Homophobia Knackered Long Arm of Coincidence Dept Maintenance Making Memoir Misogyny Myth Naming Netiquette New Year Objects Odds Overheard Paranoia Pianos Pithiness Plans Playing Poppycock Principles Privacy Psychology Punctuation Randomness Read Think Write Repression Resignation Responsibility Seriousification Sex or Gender? Shakespeare Short Stories Short attention span Signs Sisyphus Splutter Stranger than fiction Suburbia Superstition Sydney T'other blog Tax The Economy The Intertubes The Plumbing The subconscious They know not what they say Tragedy Travelling Twitter Universities Utterly incomprehensible interwebz jokes Vale Victoria Welfare Winter
0 shows, 14 days ago
5 shows, 10 years ago
The Sandbox is a monthly audio program featuring new music, poetry, and prose, with conversation on the ideas that shape our world. Updated every month during the academic year.
18 shows, 10 years ago
Mike Basinski takes you around all 18 sections of the exhibition with a detailed narrative of the life and work of James Joyce, including family portraits and photographs, Joyce's personal library, and the conception, evolution, and production of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake in dozens of displayed manuscripts, notebooks, and other priceless Joycian treasures.
63 shows,
Presenting a World of Words
43 shows, 11 years ago
The Limited Fork show featuring POAMs: Products of Acts of Making in fulfillment of principles of Limited Fork Poetics: the study of interacting language systems, where the visual, sonic, tactile, and olfactory meet to form and reform (compelling) structures. Where focus on an intensely stabilizing area can still produce (forms of) sonnets that will maintain a particular form for only a limited period of time after which other structure(s) emerge, some of the emergence occurring across physical, sensory, and other dimensions. This podcast is the place where POAMS, products of acts of making, will evolve, for the idea (as well as the poams that come out of the idea) is dynamic, seeking ways to fulfill the need for expression that coincides with unfolding understandings of existence. At the end of one of the branching roots of LFP and at the tip of one of the branches is belief in the pleasure of making things, a pleasure increased by acts of making that understand and try to take advantage of the range of what is possible and available. BY FOCUSING ON INTERACTIONS, THE WHOLENESS OF THE ORGANISM IS EMPHASIZED. The LFP experiment will showcase successes and failures, for the dead ends, the branches that do not bear sweet fruit, edible fruit, or any fruit at all, nevertheless contribute meaningfully to the recognizable structure of the tree. Perhaps the beauty of the tree depends on the presence of some dead ends. Every week, there will be a visual or sonic episode (a branch) that reflects the current status of the ongoing study of interacting language systems. The LFP show will always present what is within its changing limits. Not (just) poems, but POAMS. To hear more music of Limited Fork, visit the Limited Fork Music podcast. For more Limited Fork movies, visit the Limited Fork Video Anthology to download the video work of student and other practitioners of what Limited Fork Poetics enables and encourages.
44 shows, 11 years ago
Limited Fork Music offers electronic and jazz-based experiments in sound as well as spoken experiments. Limited Fork Music is on the soothing side of the avant-garde. Limited Fork Music seeks and makes audible pulses. Limited Fork Music is also a literary poetry jukebox where the ego associated with high art has been overcome. Come here each week for the latest Limited Fork tune(s). Learn more about Limited Fork Poetics and see related video poams in the Limited Fork and Limited Fork Video Anthology podcasts.
29 shows, 12 years ago
On these video pages, the emphasis is on dynamic visual possibilities in active language systems --possibilities that arise from interactions and associations between sights, sounds, and textures, on multiple scales in multiple locations. These visual experiments in poetry are Video POAMS (products of acts of making) that explore what happens when the visual is allowed to extend beyond visible text, and when the page is not required to be paper (though it may still exist that way). The Limited Fork Video Anthology features examples of some of the forms of poetry that Limited Fork Poetics enables and encourages. Look for video poams from student and other practitioners (forkers) of Limited Fork Poetics in this frequently updated podcast. Visit the Limited Fork podcast to learn more about Limited Fork Poetics and to see video poams by the mother of Limited Fork Poetics. And for the the sounds of Limited Fork, visit the Limited Fork Music podcast. Many of the soundtracks from the Video Poams are available at the Limited Fork Music podcast.
0 shows,
Lingua Franca, presented by Maria Zijlstra, looks at all aspects of language: language old, modern, and even invented. Through interviews and prepared talks, the program features experts who analyse a single topic of interest to users and lovers of language. Examples of the sort of linguistic territory they traverse are: bi-lingual education, ebonics, the language of pornography, and the political use of words. Lingua Franca is published every Saturday.
35 shows, 7 years ago
Serialised reading of published autobiography. The program brings you the best of current and classic personal narrative including memoir, travel writing, diaries and letters. Here you'll find fine writing that will keep you enthralled and deeply involved in some remarkable lives.
6 shows, 9 years ago
A podcast taken from Vancouver's Coop Radio. Each Thursday, Arts Rational showcases local performers, musicians, films and arts-interest stories. Books Rational is an irregular (monthly) spot on Arts Rational and features author interviews, book reviews, and news of literary interest.
2 shows, 3 years ago
The Weather Girl is a tale for children of all ages. This story written by Christopher Bejole features the adventures of a bird named Boo on a journey to find out why the weather suddenly has begun to change so dramatically. Credits: Narrator: Kate Benton Boo (The Bird) : Jim Dougan The Princess: Amalia Irons Bee #1: Jim Dougan Bee #2: Christopher Bejole Butterfly: Meg McGarry: Music composed by Christopher Bejole
12 shows, 13 years ago
Wind in the Willows
6 shows,
Flash Fiction Online is a free source of professional flash fiction -- complete stories of 1,000 or fewer words. It includes stories from award-winning authors as well as first-time publications.
15 shows, 5 years ago
Booktalking the titles nominated for this year's Isinglass Teen Read Award. Look for our podcasts weekly, from October through mid-March.
19 shows, 11 years ago
Short and some times funny bits from the video archives of the Trans-Iowa Canal Company (TICC). TICC is a science-fiction oriented theatre troupe working out of Des Moines, Iowa.
67 shows,
libros coreano
2 shows, 9 years ago
Gesa Ziemer - COMPLICITY A COLLECTIVE ACTION IN ARTS AND DAILY LIFE Thuesday, February, 9th, 2010 at 7.00 p.m. Cankarjev dom, M1 Complices are partners that jointly decide to plan and execute a crime. Yet complicities are also a legal practice among artists, entrepreneurs and scientists. Complicity is a temporary and yet obliging and intensive form of collaboration. Using images and texts, this contribution calls for an artistic mode of research in which dance, music, business and science are to jointly pursue a social and artistic phenomenon. Gesa Ziemer is professor of Cultural Theory and Aesthetics at the Zürich University of Arts. At HafenCity University Hamburg Dean and Co-Director of the new programme "Metropolitan Culture". Member of the advisory board of Steirischer Herbst Graz and PACT Zollverein Performing Arts Choreografisches Zentrum Essen. www.gesa-ziemer.ch SLO: Gesa Ziemer SOSTORILSTVO SKUPNA AKCIJA V UMETNOSTI IN VSAKODNEVNEM ŽIVLJENJU Torek, 9. februar, 19.00 Cankarjev dom, M1 Sostorilci so partnerji, ki se odločijo skupaj načrtovati in izvršiti kaznivo dejanje. Toda sostorilstvo je tudi zakonita praksa umetnikov, podjetnikov in znanstvenikov. Sostorilstvo je začasna, a obvezujoča in intenzivna oblika sodelovanja. Ta prispevek z uporabo podob in besedil poziva k umetniškemu načinu raziskovanja, v katerem naj ples, glasba, gospodarstvo in znanost skupaj zasledujejo družbeni in umetniški fenomen. Gesa Ziemer je profesorica estetike in kulturne teorije na višji šoli za oblikovanje in umetnost v Zürichu. Na univerzi HafenCity v Hamburgu je predstojnica novega programa »Kultura metropole«. Je članica svetovalnega odbora festivala Steirischer Herbst Graz in centra za scenske umetnosti PACT Zollverein Performing Arts Choreografisches Zentrum Essen. WEB LINK: http://www.gesa-ziemer.ch
1 shows, 9 years ago
Ivana Ivković - A Step into the Void: Cracks in Choreography We are used to looking at the dancer’s body in performance as a body that is continuously in motion, a masterful body productive in its movement, a non-interrupted kinetic spectacle. However, if we stop that body in passage and take a step forward, toward the idea of dance as an act that also includes periods without movement, cracks or “negative spaces” of dance, we open up to the potential for a structural use of the void and stillness in contemporary choreography. Stepping and walking, stillness and silence, jumping and falling – these are some of the notions that I will be using to describe the work of Leja Jurišič, Selma Banich and Željka Sančanin, referencing canonical authors Trish Brown and Steve Paxton. Ivana Ivković (1975) studies at the Department of Dramaturgy at the Academy of Drama Arts in Zagreb. She is the editor-in-chief of Frakcija Journal for Performing Arts and collaborates with several other publications, the Center for Drama Art and has worked as the general coordinator of Zagreb – Cultural Kapital of Europe 3000, a project jointly organized by Zagreb’s eight independent cultural organizations from the fields of performing arts, new media, visual arts, architecture and theory. She has collaborated in the past with Zagreb based independent theater company oour (dance productions: orangecut [2004], To be Confirmed [2005]) and is a member of collaborative artistic company BADco. (Deleted Messages, Fleshdance in 2004, research project in 2005, memories are made of this…, Protest and Negotiation in 2006, 1 poor and one 0 in 2008, The League of Time in 2009). She is the co-editor of the textual and pictorial reader DemoKino – Virtual Biopolitical Agora with Davide Grassi (Aksioma and Maska, 2006).
1 shows, 9 years ago
Lev Kreft - DRAMA V GLEDALIŠČU, DRAMA V ŠPORTU Članek Anthonyja D. Buckleya »Aristotel in kriket: drama v retrospektivi« (2006) je podaljšek razprave, ki jo je začel F. Keenan s tekstom »Športna tekma kot 'tragična' forma umetnosti«. Buckley svoj pripsevek sklene z mislijo, da ima lahko neka določena tekma, »čeprav ni umetniško delo, urejeno enotnost s formo Aristotelove 'kompleksne drame'«. Ob isten času se je David Osipovich lotil vprašanja »Kaj je gledališki performans?« (2006) in s tem navezal na razpravo, ki jo je sprožil simpozij »Uprizarjanje interpretacij« iz leta 2001, ko so se soočili David Z. Saltz, James R. Hamilton in Noël Carroll o nasprotujočih si interpretacijah in zgodovini teorij gledališkega performansa. V nasprotju z interpretacijskimi teorijami gledališča Osipovich trdi, da ima »performans lastno estetsko identiteto, ločeno od dramskega teksta«. Med antičnimi grškimi in modernimi olimpijskimi igrami obstaja veliko pomembnih historičnih razlik, in nič manjše niso razlike med grškimi – atenskimi dionizijskimi svečanostmi, katerih del je bilo tudi tekmovanje tragedij, in sodobnim gledališčem. Tradicionalnim modernim, že ne več aristotelskim teorijam gledališkega dogodka se danes postavljajo po robu postmoderne teorije gledališča, in nekaterim od njih lahko upravičeno rečemo, da so teorije performansa in gledališča performansa. Te teorije se zdijo na prvi pogled bolj »prijazne do športa« od onih, ki so vztrajale, da gre v gledališču za interpretacijo literarnega dramskega besedila. In če se medtem Keenan in Buickley še vedno trduita s proučevanjem športnih tekem z Aristotelovimi prijemi, se zastavlja vprašanje: ali sodobno razpravljanje o ontologiji gledališkega performansa lahko ponudi kaj podlage, na kateri bi se dalo razviti ne-aristotelski, a še vedno ploden dostop do ontologije modernih športnih tekem? In: ali lahko prestopimo od sodobnega gledališča in pripadajoče mu teorije, v drugo umetniško polje, torej polje performansa nasploh, da bi tam naleteli tudi na šport? Kar končno pomeni vprašati se, ali naj estetika športa začne pri lepoti športa, ali naj se osredotoči na njegovo performativno teatralnost? Dr. Lev Kreft predava estetiko na ljubljanski univerzi. Od leta 2004 je direktor Mirovnega inštituta. Objavil je več knjig s področja estetike in kulturne zgodovine, zadnjo, Vstop v estetiko (2005) skupaj z dr. Valentino Hribar – Sorčan kot univerzitetni učbenik. V zadnjih letih se ukvarja tudi s filozofijo športa, objavlja tekste s tega področja v mednarodnih revijah, jo letos prvič predava kot nov izbirni predmet na Filozofski fakulteti, in je predsednik Evropske zveze za filozofijo športa.
2 shows, 9 years ago
Peter Stamer : ON PRACTICE – AN ACRONYM (O PRAKSI – AKRONIM) Following three examples of his recent projects he is in involved in, Peter Stamer will provide some insight in his PRACTICE: a concept understood as PERFORMATIVE RESEARCH AND CHOREOGRAPHIC TOOLS IN CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTS. In his presentation, Peter wants to to look at the following stakes: 1) what is PERFORMATIVE RESEARCH? in contemporary performance practice? (The question of KNOWLEDGE in theory and practice); 2) what can be understood by CHOREOGRAPHIC TOOLS? (The question of METHODOLOGIES); 3) how to conceive of space as CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENT? (The question of SETTING). Peter Stamer is a free-lance director, author, curator, and performer, based in Berlin and Vienna.
1 shows, 9 years ago
Stefan Kaegi - ON BINOCULARS AND REMOTE CONTROLLED SPECTATORS (O DALJNOGLEDIH IN DALJINSKO VODENIH GLEDALCIH), 8 March 2010, 7.00 – 10.00 p.m., Cankarjev dom, M3/M4, Stefan Kaegi is an established international multidisciplinary artist. He stages living ready-mades or transplants experts onto the stage and into the grey zone between reality and fiction, using documentary material and theatrical interventions. Stefan Kaegi will show and comment short videos on recent productions of the Rimini Protocoll including Egyptian muezzins, Swiss airport-kids as well as 200 avatars remote controlled by a Canadian audience. Stefan Kaegi (Swiss) is a theatre director who focuses on the question of drama in everyday life. His works reflect documentary theatre, radio shows and works in urban places of diverse collective participation. The basis of his work is his research method combined with auditions and a conceptual process. His work stems from his desire to make the invisible voices be heard and identified as the voices of professionals. He is part of the Rimini Protokoll artistic group. He lives in Berlin, where Rimini Protokoll members are artists in residency at HAU. Project of Stefan Kaegi is supported by Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Republic of Slovenia, Pro Helevtie. Thanks to Embassy of Embassy of the Republic of Switzerland. Maska project is supported by: Anna Lindh Foundation, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia
1 shows, 9 years ago
Toni Cots and Marina Garcés - THE STRUGGLE WITH THOUGHT Politics is nowadays a semiotic battlefield in which we must conquer the words that have been removed from us. The actual form of censorship is not prohibition, but neutralization and disaffection. This is our crisis of words. In view of this expropriating logic reducing us to simple spectators of our own lives, we propose that the necessity to conquer the spaces of thought is a requirement for taking the world in our hands. Toni Cots is a choreographer, actor and general coordinator of L'ANIMAL A L'ESQUENA, a performing arts centre in Spain. For several years, he was a member of the Eugenio Barba theatre in Odin. Marina Garces, has a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Barcelona. She is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Zaragoza (UZ) and Director of the Fundación Espai en Blanc. Since 2001, she has been the coordinator of the Espai en Blanc research project (www.espaienblanc.net), which, through practice, examines the possibilities and the potentiality of collective thinking. She wrote a book entitled “In the Prisons of the Possible” (Barcelona, 2002).
1 shows, 10 years ago
A conversation with Karmen Sotošek Štular, M.Sc., head of the Digital Library Department of the National and University Library in Ljubljana, Slovenia A conversation about the digitalization of material and how the National and University Library resolves copyright issues when it attempts to make its material available on the Web. The second part of the conversation took place a year after the first in order to get a deeper look into the development of the project. -------------------------------------------------- SLO: Pogovor z mag. Karmen Sotošek Štular, vodjo službe za digitalno knjižnico v Narodni in univerzitetni knjižnici. Pogovor o digitalizaciji gradiva in kako rešuje avtorskopravna vprašanja, ko poskuša svoje gradivo ponuditi na spletu. Drugi del pogovora je zaradi vpogleda v razvoj projekta nastal z enoletnim razmakom.
5 shows, 12 years ago
The Library of America publishes podcasts of events it hosts and of interviews it conducts to celebrate its publication of America's best and most significant writing in durable, authoritative editions.
4 shows, 8 years ago
The official podcast of Christopher Ward's Man Poems -- From beers and gears to grills and gears -- Learn the secrets and the stories to your favorite Man Poems
19 shows,
Boilerplate fiction about a hardboiled homicide detective, and it all goes downhill from there
1 shows, 6 years ago
Every week we read the funniest and most perverted fanfic we can find.
50 shows, 3 months ago
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
29 shows, 5 years ago
Skurrile Geschichten für Erwachsene. Am besten genießt man sie zu zweit. Und gute Nerven sollte man haben. Denn sanft geht es durchaus nicht immer zu in diesen Stories. Sanft ist allenfalls der gelegentlich doch leichte Grusel. Wohl dosierter Horror, in dem es auch um Liebe geht. Nur ein Happy End sollte man nicht unbedingt erwarten. In diesen Geschichten nicht. Lachen freilich darf man trotzdem. Wenn man Sinn für Humor hat. Schwarzen Humor. Gelesen werden die Geschichten vom Autor selbst.
11 shows, 9 years ago
Chaque rencontre animée par André Ricard relève du privilège. Lui dont on connait la finesse et l'exigence de l'écriture, met au service des auteurs qu'il rencontre cette même intelligence, cette même sensibilité. Ces rencontres sont toujours étonnantes, loin des lieux communs, avec des auteurs qui méritent qu'on entende leur parole singulière. Intensité, intimité, des rencontres avec celles et ceux qui disent le monde autrement.
224 shows,
Un format innovativo, interattivo e multimediale. Da una parte il Concorso Ufficiale con i racconti inediti a tema inviati al sito plot.rai.it. Due opere in gara ogni settimana, interpretate dalle voci del Gr e di Radio1. Vince la puntata il racconto che ottiene il maggior numero di “Mi piace” sulla pagina Facebook. In palio la pubblicazione nell'e-book di Rai Eri. Dall'altra la gara del Miniplot. Lo scrittore o la scrittrice lancia un incipit letterario preso dal testo di un romanzo e invita gli ascoltatori a creare un epilogo da inviare in diretta attraverso Facebook o gli sms al 335/6992949. Idea e conduzione di Vito Cioce. Esperto artistico Luca Torrisi. Regìa di Leonardo Patanè.
25 shows,
Frankestein di Mary Shelley, legge Tommaso Ragno
50 shows,
I Promessi Sposi di Alessandro Manzoni
126 shows, 3 months ago
Radioboeken kun je nergens lezen. Het zijn verhalen door Nederlandse en Vlaamse auteurs speciaal geschreven op verzoek van deBuren. Voor het eerst en voor het laatst lazen de auteurs bij deBuren hun verhaal voor.