The Brit Lit Podcast streams a bookclub to your couch, without the social etiquette or pre-thesaurus read. Creator Claire Handscombe, who is US-based but born in Britain, has so far interviewed British authors, writing groups and a rapper, offering an engaging and diverse listen. With plenty of book recommendations provided throughout each episode (with an option for the audience to ask for advice), we’re hoping this marks the creation of more niche cultural go-tos on...
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