Book Riot: The Podcast

The Book Riot Podcast is a weekly news and talk show about what's new, cool, and worth talking about in the world of books and reading, brought to you by the editors of Book Riot.

Foley Artist on Mars

Jeff and Rebecca talk about a striking attempt to sue Barnes & Noble for obscenity and pornography, admit we were wrong but for dumb reasons, talk about a hero of the week, and more.

Manga Eyes of Desire

Jeff and Rebecca talk about the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes, the reMarkable 2....tablet?, recent reading, and more

Exaggerate, Enhance, Create, and Reify

Jeff and Rebecca take listener feedback, spend a few moments talking about Julia on HBO, look at real, honest-to-goodness BookTok numbers, and talk with Florence Williams about her book, Heartbreak.

2022 Moms, Dad, and Grads Recommendation Show

Jeff and Rebecca turn with their annual spring recommendation show.

Caffeinated, Liquid Snickers Bar

Jeff and Rebecca talk about Barnes & Noble as publishing's hero(!?), developments in the world of book banning, new initiatives to combat said banning, and more.

The Realm of Cookies

Jeff and Rebecca talk 2022 book sales so far, Brandon Sanderson making it rain, dive into The Candy House by Jennifer Egan, and more.

A Broken Hallelujah

Jeff and Rebecca talk about the new Book Riot Podcast Patreon, solicit recommendation requests for Moms/Dads/Grads episode, somehow spin out again about audiobook pricing, look at the most banned books of 2021, and much more.

They’re All Lowlights

Jeff and Rebecca talk about listener experiences with Atlas of the Heart, do a quick update from the Sandersonverse, discuss the rising sales of LBGTQ romance, and linger for a moment in the Frontlist Foyer.

To Kill a Mockingbird Meets Nicholas Sparks

Danika Ellis joins Rebecca Schinsky to talk about Dr Seuss sales, librarians getting fired for not pulling books, that Where the Crawdads Sing Trailer, and much more.

Nobels and Hostages

Jeff and Rebecca talk about books sales thus far in 2022, check in on the "book of the year" candidates, note some discontent in the publishing workforce, and talk about books that are not what we thought they were.