Publish Me!
Publish Me!

Join aois21 Publisher Keith F. Shovlin and first-time author Paul Dickinson Russell as Paul's novel The Will of the Magi goes from a story in his head to on sale at an online bookstore near you!

Literally This Week
Literally This Week

Literally This Week is recorded each Sunday night and includes news from across the literary spectrum, from authors to publishers, bookstores to libraries. It there is news in the world of books, host Keith F. Shovlin will cover it. The show closes with the top 2 on the New York Times bestseller lists in Fiction, Non-Fiction, and eBooks.

It's Not Even Past
It's Not Even Past

A History of the Distant Present

a history podcast looking at the world we currently live in, built in the mode of Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History, but without the extended run time. The news today is troubling, and though much of it seems to come out of nowhere, there is actually a mostly logical course that has carried us to the headlines of today. Evan Tucker knows the story behind the headlines and wants to help you understand that many of these stories have been a long time coming.

Passion on The Page
Passion on The Page

A poetry podcast featuring aois21 Creatives and occasional guest poets. Released every 21 days, it will regularly feature poets Shiella Bowler, Dr. Deepan Chatterjee, Bianca Palmisano, and Philip J. Sipkov. In addition to guest poets, other aois21 Creatives read poems that inspire them.

The World's Only Podcast with Ian Roberts and Josh Silberman
The World's Only Podcast with Ian Roberts and Josh Silberman

The World’s Only Podcast, subtitled “The Only Podcast in the World,” will be released on the 1st of each month and will feature a lively commentary between Roberts and Silberman on several topics that came up during the previous month. Each will give their unique views on news of the day in a civil and respectable debate studded with their entertaining opinions and attempts at humor.

History of the Symphony
History of the Symphony

The ability to hold a person's attention through music without text over a long span of time requires enormous contrasts, invention, discipline, and knowledge. A Symphony is an attempt to fuse the very best of extremely diverse elements of music and pay tribute to the millions of different sounds and forms and contents and cultures which music can show us. The Symphony is a musical democracy through which every kind and possibility of music's meaning is sounded together in dialogue with one another, and it's the ultimate musical, and perhaps even poetic, statement of a culture that means to live together in peace.