This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about Clare Vaye Watkins’ essay in TIN HOUSE, a modular reading station, most valuable 20th century books, erotica audiobooks are booming, and much more.
This episode is sponsored by Mack Weldon and Warby Parker.
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Links discussed in the show:
Marlon James’s response to On Pandering
Book Riot Live 2016 is happening!
Simmons College and Lee & Low Books establish scholarship supporting diversity in literature
“Story Pod” in Toronto
Gatsby remains most valuable first edition
Erotic fiction audiobooks are a booming business
Harry Potter audiobooks finally available on Audible
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