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Lit Society: Books and Drama

Kari Herrera and Alexis Honoria
ArtsSociety & CultureBooks

LIT Society is the hilarious weekly book podcast that’s making a global community of listeners fall in love again with reading. Thursdays, join life-long friends Kari and Alexis as they use books to explore pop culture and personal peculiarities. From Tolstoy to Toni Morrison, this is the virtual book club for you!


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Latest Episodes

Yo. It's crazy because season three of our show was supposed to begin Thursday, January 13th, but we're both super sick thanks to Apryl Jones' ex. Season three will now start Thursday, February 3rd. So, here's another favorite episode from our past! ... more

6 days ago

That's right. We're still on vacation! But we'd never leave you without a dope book to discuss. So, here's another favorite episode from our past! Remember, we return with a NEW episode on January 13th, 2022, the start of our THIRD SEASON. '... more

13 days ago

Hey, y'all! This is Kari. Alexis and I are still enjoying a much-deserved vacation. So, here's another favorite episode from our past! Remember, we return with a NEW episode on January 13th, 2022, the start of our THIRD SEASON. 'Til then, we're ecsta... more

20 days ago


5 out of 5 stars from 185 ratings
  • Renewed Excitement

    I’ve been an avid reader since I was child, I used to walk down the hallways of my high school with my nose in a book but as an adult I’ve had less time to “read” and when I do it’s usually me listening to a random audiobook. You ladies have renewed my love for literature and I am so grateful. I love your take on the books and you keep me laughing. Keep up the excellent work!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • My very favorite podcast - all things reading

    This podcast is amazing. It has something for everyone. Looking for a fresh take on a dusty old classic? Find it here. Spoiler-free review of the latest best seller? They’ve got that too. Totally eclectic—I never know what’s coming next. The best part of this podcast is the hosts. I feel like I know Alexis and Kari, and I would love to meet them IRL. Not afraid of difficult topics and conversations, I really appreciate their willingness to tackle hard things. But there’s also lots of fun. Not to... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Literally LOLing

    This podcast…. has me dying laughing all the time! The one time you talked about “the broad and spacious road vs the narrow road” took me out. Lol I love listening to this about books I’ve read/movies I’ve seen and to get an idea of what books I should be reading. Plus a lot of these episodes I can listen to in the car with my 9 year old. That’s always a bonus!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • Such a pleasure

    Was my title old timey? Sure. But it perfectly reflects my feelings for this podcast. These women feel like friends I’m hanging out with on a cozy couch with my legs curled up under me. Maybe I’m drinking tea, maybe coffee, maybe a cocktail. I’m so so happy I found this podcast.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States4 months ago
  • These Ladies Are Amazing!!!

    These ladies are fierce!!! They are smart, suppportive and crack me up during their podcasts!!! I listen to quite a few podcasts and they are my favorites. They have a theme at the beginning of the show and then dive right into introducing each person to the authors and even play out some scenes! they are HYSTERICAL and often laugh out loud during their show! They are amazing! Alexis's laugh is CONTAGIOUS!!!! more

    Apple Podcasts
    Nereida Claudio
    United States5 months ago

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