Being talked at is one of my favorite past times. Whether someone is telling me a fascinating story about Seattle’s history at work or my husband is listing and ranking his favorite cheeseburgers at home, I love listening. So much so, I listen to complete strangers talking inside my earbuds all the time. In this instance I am referring to podcasts!
Some of my favorite podcasts, as it turns out, have inspired books. As a librarian who loves podcasts, this is the ultimate intersection of my passions. These books go all over the map from graphic novel adaptations to collected stories to further research on true events.
Here are a list of some of the ones I enjoyed:
This is the graphic novel adaptation of a comedy roleplaying podcast in which the McElroy brothers plus their dad, Clint, play Dungeons and Dragons. What starts out as a funny romp through well-known territory takes a deep dive into original storytelling that will make you laugh and sob uncontrollably. Clint and artist Carey Pietsch do an amazing job in retelling the story from the podcast in a new format. Continue reading “Books inspired by podcasts”