For Real is a biweekly nonfiction podcast that puts the spotlight on new books and old favorites that tell it like it is, or at least try to.
This week Kim and Alice talk about books by Arab women writers, plus new nonfiction about gene patents, colonialism in the 1860s, and medieval manuscripts.
This week Alice and Kim talk about creepy, spooky, and scary nonfiction for the Halloween season.
This week Alice and Kim highlight nonfiction books by Hispanic and Latinx authors.
This week Kim and Alice interview nonfiction powerhouse Mary Roach about renegade animals, tiger penises, and her amazing use of footnotes. Plus, new nonfiction about Chicago, online shopping, and segregation.
This week Alice and Kim browse the library and find some surprising nonfiction reads.
This week Kim and Alice battle through the "Delta Grumpies" to discuss stories they'd like to see adapted for television and film, plus cover new nonfiction from August.
Kim and Alice talk about the history and background of Disney, from theme parks to animators to forgotten characters.
This week Kim and Alice chat about why heists are so much fun to read about, Barack Obama's summer nonfiction picks, and more upcoming new books.
This week, Alice and Kim talk about new nonfiction releases for the rest of 2021.
This week Kim and Alice do some armchair traveling by discussing books about road trips and share new nonfiction about yoga, cults, and cons.