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All The Books

Episode 162.5 This week, Liberty discusses Relief Map, A Tale for the Time Being, and more great older books. This week’s episode ...


Episode 13 In 1975, Truman Capote published a short story in Esquire magazine that led a New York socialite to commit suicide and the fallout effectively ended Capote's literary career. This is the story of the story, "La Cote Basque 1965."

For Real

Episode 8 This week, Kim and Alice do a recap of some of the best nonfiction of Book Expo America, the publishing ...

Get Booked

Episode 136 Amanda and Jenn discuss disabled heroines, fast-paced audiobooks, Saga read-alikes, and more in this week's episode of Get Booked.

Hey YA

Episode 20 Eric and Kelly highlight some of the latest news in the world of YA, talk about where the books about ...

Read or Dead

Episode 27 In honor of the one year anniversary of the podcast, Katie and Rincey reminisce a bit and each pick up a book that they heard about because of the podcast.

SFF Yeah!

Episode 27 Jenn and guest Alex Acks, a.k.a. Alex Wells, discuss the Nebula winners, the upcoming Lord of the Rings series, and ...

The Podcast

Episode 265 This week, Jeff and Rebecca discuss Anthony Bourdain’s legacy (literary and otherwise), the book Bill Gates is gifting to college ...

When In Romance

Episode 11 Jess and Trisha are joined by special guest co-host Sarah MacLean, and the three of them discuss what might be “taboo” in romance; what should definitely be off-limit in romance (spoiler alert: it is still Nazis and it will always be Nazis); and recommend some great romances with LGBTQA+ characters for Pride Month.


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