We are thrilled to announce the launch of Princeton University Press’s Ideas Podcast, co-sponsored by the New Books Network and Literary Hub. In keeping with PUP’s commitment to curating inclusive, global conversations, the podcast will feature interviews with an international roster of PUP authors, across a diversity of subject areas. The podcast debuts October 15th with Ismail K. White and Chryl N. Laird, authors of Steadfast Democrats: How Social Forces Shape Black Political Behavior, followed on November 1st by Edmund Fawcett, author of the forthcoming Conservatism: The Fight for a Tradition and the acclaimed Liberalism: The Life of An Idea.
According to Debra Liese, PUP’s Curator of Ideas and Content Partnerships: “Having built the PUP Ideas page into an abundant forum for interviews, opinion pieces, conversations, and other valuable content, I’m thrilled to launch this major new initiative, which promises to grow opportunities for vital education and discourse.”
The Ideas Podcast will be available to stream and download through PUP, New Books Network, Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and will be hosted by Megaphone. Written transcripts will be available for all episodes and posted on the PUP website, Literary Hub, and New Books Network.
About Princeton University Press
Princeton University Press is a leading publisher of trade and scholarly titles and textbooks across a wide variety of disciplines. With offices in the United States, the United Kingdom, and China, and with sales distribution across five continents, Princeton University Press strives to foster dialogues that engage the world. Find out more about the Press and our podcast: press.princeton.edu/ideas/podcasts
About New Books Network
The New Books Network (NBN) is a consortium of author-interview podcasts dedicated to raising the level of public discourse by introducing scholars and other serious writers to a wide public via new media. Covering 90+ subjects, disciplines, and genres, the NBN publishes 50 episodes every week and serves a large, worldwide audience. NBN listeners download over 1.5 million episodes a month.
About Literary Hub
Literary Hub was launched in 2015 and has become the world’s most popular independent literary site, with 3 million monthly readers and 250+ partners. It was conceived by Morgan Entrekin and ASME Hall of Fame editor Terry McDonnell and created in collaboration with founding editor Jonny Diamond and Andy Hunter with Electric Literature.