Biblio Banter
Biblio Banter
Biblio Banter
Games + book history: what could go wrong? A quartet of book history enthusiasts talk about the subject they love. Read more about our podcast discussions on our blog: https://bookhistorypodcast.home.blog/
Season 2 Episode 14: Books are scary!
Special episode of Biblio Banter is set to show you books as you have never seen them before. Scary books and books about fear: Ellen, Erin, Laura and Natalia are discussing what to read and learn for Halloween and gloomy autumn days. Tune in to find out about Edgar Poe, Gothic literature, anthropodermic bibliopegy, books on toilet paper rolls, and more fun book historian stuff. Episode cover image by siala from Pixabay --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Nov 2, 2020
36 min
Season 2 Episode 1: Bad Reading
In this episode, we flag bad reading practices and try to figure out the who, what, why of "bad" reading. Please reach out on Twitter and/or Instagram to let us know your own bad reading habits! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Sep 30, 2020
31 min
2.1 PROMO Bad Reading
On the next episode of Biblio Banter we discuss "bad" reading practices. Or are they? Here's a pre-listen. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Sep 26, 2020
48 sec
Episode 13: BookTube Readathons - Interview with Faye from FayesParallelStories (special edition)
In the new episode of Biblio Banter podcast Natalia is interviewing a BookTuber Faye from FayesParallelStories! Are you ready to read for 24 hours straight? How about 48? Or a month of reading Victorian novels with numerous strangers on the Internet? BookTube offers these and much more. Give us a listen! Don't forget to visit our blog or Instagram, leave your comments, likes, thumbs up or whatever your favorite podcasting platform has! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Jul 28, 2020
37 min
Episode 12.3 What is the Future of the Book? Star Trek Edition, Part 3
Star Trek: Voyager's episode "Author, author" (episode 20, season 7) is in the focus of our discussion of copyright, artificial intelligence, holonovels and publishing! Is digital book a book? Can algorithms be creative? What does interactive storytelling of the future look like? We also play a hilarious game of choosing who of the characters of Star Trek franchise we would be stranded in Delta Quadrant, take to Riza or throw out of airlock. Hard choices ahead! Like, subscribe, comment! Visit our blog bookhistorypodcast.home.blog --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Jul 9, 2020
33 min
PROMO: What Is the Future of the Book? Star Trek Edition, Part 3
Coming Soon!!! In this episode, Natalia, Erin, Ellen, and Laura practice social distancing via Skype to finish up our three-part discussion on how the future of the book is depicted in Star Trek. Holonovels, publishers, and the autonomy of AI (who doesn't love the doctor in Voyager???) are pondered as we analyze the episode  "Author, Author" of Star Trek: Voyager (Episode 20, Season 7) from the purview of book history. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Jul 5, 2020
1 min
Episode 12.2 What is the Future of the Book? Star Trek Edition, Part 2
We take a closer look at one storyline using Leslie Howsam's four-point  definition of the book in Part 2 of our Star Trek-themed episodes. In  "The Royale" (Season 2, Episode 12 of Next Generation), the Enterprise  investigates a planet after finding debris from a NASA shuttle and three  crew members enter the plot of a second-rate novel. The sad history of  astronaut Colonel Richie surfaces along with his diary and a copy of Hotel Royale,  which the crew uses to escape from this weird world of alien atonement.  Bookish elements abound in this episode! Listen to our discussion and  play along with our game of Star Trek Mad Libs! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Apr 27, 2020
30 min
Episode 12.2 PROMO What is the Future of the Book, Star Trek Edition, Part 2
In this episode, we use Leslie Howsam's definition of the book to discuss how books (or a particular book) is used in episode 12, season 2 of Star Trek the Next Generation (The Royale). Listen to the promo now and watch for the full episode coming soon! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Apr 21, 2020
1 min
Episode 12.1 What is the Future of the Book? Star Trek Edition
This episode launches a series of discussions that allow us to embrace our love of Star Trek.  We boldly go where other book historians have gone before and tackle  "the future of the book." Spoiler alert: even in the twenty-fourth  century, the printed book is still not dead! For more information, please visit our blog at www.bookhistory.podcast.home.blog You can find us on Twitter @BanterBiblio Our email is bibliobanter@gmail.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Feb 4, 2020
25 min
Episode 12.1 Promo: What is a Book? : Star Trek Edition!
Have a taste of what is coming up on the next episode of Biblio Banter, which will launch a series of discussions that allow us to embrace our love of Star Trek.  We boldly go where other book historians have gone before and tackle  "the future of the book." Spoiler alert: even in the twenty-fourth  century, the printed book is still not dead!  If you enjoy our podcast, please click "follow" wherever you prefer to listen! We welcome constructive feedback. Biblio Banter is a labor of love, but we want to make it enjoyable for our listeners, so feedback helps! Feel free to email us at bibliobanter@gmail.com, or contact us on Twitter @BanterBiblio. Visit our blog for more information and other episodes http://bookhistorypodcast.home.blog/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/biblio-banter/message
Jan 24, 2020
1 min
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