Bibliophile Adventures

This podcast is about the love of books. It covers everything from comic books to the classics. At its most basic level it's about the adventure of searching out another great reading experience. From comic books to pulp fiction, classic literature to fantasy and science fiction, this podcast celebrates the joys of literature, and the hunt for the next great read! It is also a community sourced podcast. So if you would like to contribute an episode feel free to email 143podcasts@gmail.com.

Bibliophile Adventures is hosted by Michael Sparkman and produced by Michael Sparkman. You can support this show by visiting our merch store or feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter, @BibliophileLab1, by sending us an e-mail.

Bibliophile Adventures has released 19 episodes since launching on Jun 06, 2019

On this episode Michael from Germany discusses Bruce Chatwin's 1987 publication, The Songlines.

Michael from Texas is back to talk about one of his favorite writers, Larry McMurtry.  This episode focuses mainly on McMurtry and his career.  The next episode will focus on the 1985 novel, Lonesome Dove, and it's sequel and prequels.  Thanks for listening.

In this episode, Michael from Germany finishes up taking a look at A Nomad of the Time Streams-- a compilation volume of Michael Moorcock's early steampunk trilogy, begun in 1971 with The Warlord of the Air and continued by its 1974 and 1981 sequels, The Land Leviathan and The Steel Tsar.

Michael from Germany continues to investigate what is considered by many to be the first steampunk novel series collected as A Nomad of the Time Stream in 1982.  Plus Dostoevsky and much more.  Essential listening!

The New Year is often a time for people to self-evaluate, set goals, and try to find ways to defeat the addictions and habits that they feel are holding them back from a more complete life.  By happy coincidence The Bibliophile Adventures Podcast is happy to welcome a new contributor, Adam S.L. (@RetroReprise on Twitter),who has recently felt motivated by Russell Brand's book, Recovery.  The book offers guidance on how to help yourself actually succeed in overcoming those things that seem unbeatable.  Enjoy Adam's thoughtful, honest, and insightful takeaways from Brand's book.  “This manual for self-realization comes not from a mountain but from the mud...My qualification is not that I am better than you but I am worse.” Russell Brand

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