Melbourne City of Literature
A handy guide to Melbourne’s best bookish podcasts. The rest of the site is definitely worth a look too, for local literary goodness.
The Wheeler Centre
Features full recordings of Melbourne’s Wheeler Centre discussions featuring the best in books, writing and ideas.
The Stella Prize
Conversations about gender and literature, celebrating Australian women's writing.
Giving new life to old books.
Asian-American Writers’ Workshop Radio - a really helpful writing and literature podcast featuring diverse writers.
The Guardian newspaper’s weekly foray into the world of books.
Read Learn Live
This podcast helps readers to 'improve through literature'. Each episode contains an in-depth interview with a well-known author to learn how and why they wrote their books.
The New Yorker
A monthly reading and conversation with the New Yorker fiction editor Deborah Treisman.
The Paris Review
An audio odyssey behind the scenes at the world's most legendary literary magazine.
Discover a new author or revisit an old literary friend through these Festival podcasts.
Melbourne Writers Festival
Relive your favourite festival moments. The MWF Podcast is here for your listening pleasure, with new recordings added every month.
Blak & Bright Festival
A four-day showcase celebrates the diverse expressions of First Nations writers, covering all genres, from songs to essays, oral stories to epic novels, plays to poetry.
Sydney Writers’ Festival
Listen to recordings of events from previous Festivals on our on the Sydney Writers' Festival podcast channel.
Adelaide Writers’ Week
Browse through the Adelaide Writers Week playlists: whether you missed that specific talk or session, or you simply want to listen to it again, they have your back!
Brisbane Writers’ Festival
Podcasts celebrating more than 50 years of Brisbane Writers Festival literary goodness
Emerging Writers Festival
Check out podcasts from Australia's premier festival for new and emerging writers.
Websites to help find your next read
The Story Behind the Book
Authors reveal the stories behind their books.
Find and read more books you'll love, and keep track of the books you want to read. Be part of the world's largest community of book lovers on Goodreads.
TIME Magazine 100 Best YA Books
To honor the best books for young adults and children, TIME compiled this survey in consultation with children’s and YA literature experts and independent booksellers.
Rich in Color
Reading, reviewing, talking about, and otherwise promoting YA books (fiction and non-fiction) written by Black, Indigenous, or People of Color (BIPOC) authors.