If You Love These Books, Listen To This Podcast!

Posted November 4, 2021 by Stephanie in Books, podcasts / 12 Comments

Hi everyone!
Today I’ll be featuring six books and the podcast that I think you will enjoy if you love those books. Might make this a recurring thingsince I always have many books and podcasts to talk about.



If You Love These Books:

The Song of Achilles | A Thousand Ships | The Silence of the Girls
The Odyssey | Mythos | Ariadne

You’ll Love This Podcast:

Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby!

A Greek and Roman Mythology podcast hosted by Liv Albert

About the podcast (from website):

But it’s not your average mythology podcast, this one is told by a 30-something Millennial with a penchant for cursing and a feminist attitude. The stories are deeply researched, thoroughly told, and they don’t hold back on the details that have been sugarcoated and treated with kid gloves over the millennia. Myths of the ancient world are examined through a modern intersectional feminist lens, focusing where possible on amplifying the voices of women, trans, and non-binary people.

There’s violence, assault, and so, so many gods transforming into animals to have their way with [insert sentient being of your choice]. Let’s Talk About Myths, Baby! is casual and equal parts fun but knowledgeable. The show will leave you with a deeper understanding of the myths and the people who told them those many, many years ago.

You can listen and subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, or Spotify

Find Liv on: Twitter (podcast) | Twitter (personal)Instagram (podcast) | Instagram (personal) 




12 responses to “If You Love These Books, Listen To This Podcast!

    • Yes! Every tuesday there’s a regular episode and every friday it switches between a conversations episode (where she has guests on) and episodes where she reads a story or play from antiquity (she just finished the Argonautika recently so she’ll probably start a new one soon)

  1. verushka

    The write up for the podcast made me laugh! It certainly strikes the right tone for newbies to history to take a look!

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