An amazing resource
The premise of these podcasts, that of authors choosing, discussing and reading works they admire, works brilliantly. It never seems to fail in revealing a great deal both of reader and tale. It is almost wrong to pick favourites. But. Yiyun Li's reading of John Mc Gahern is beautiful. And. Nabokov's 'Symbols and Signs': there is more depth here, oceans could not fill.Read full review »
Cptahabs via Apple Podcasts · Ireland · 07/21/11
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I'm so excited about getting and ipod and being able to listen to these wonderful stories. Thank you thank you NewYorker for doing this. I could listen to them again and again.Read full review »
WashingtonDuck via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/20/07
I have been listening to these short stories for a couple of years now and I always look forward to the next installment. The discussion at the end of the story between the reader and the host is fascinating. For an aspiring author, this insight into the mechanics of an author's mind is...Read full review »
Sw101267 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/15/12
I love listening to these stories
DixieKangaroo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/28/10
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