This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about this year's Pulitzer winners, Amazon Prime subscriber stats, and reading....IN SPACE.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk season 2 of Annotated, the difficulty of doing personalized book recommendations at scale, the on-going concern about Amazon buy buttons, The New York Times coverage of #metoo in publishing, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca begrudgingly discuss the Harper Lee estate, imagine terrifying robot booksellers, express adaptation fatigue, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca digest some new Barnes & Noble projects, get welcome good news in the form of a new Marilynne Robinson novel, and continue to be frustrated by New York Times bestseller lists.
This week, Jeff and Amanda follow-up about Scribd, try to figure out how to feel about Sherman Alexie's statement, praise Dolly Parton, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about further #metoo fallout, relay some info about B&N from little birdies, ponder the hair-sharing economy of revolutionary America, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca follow-up about some tangible repercussions of #metoo in children's publishing, consider a new rationale for taking To Kill a Mockingbird out of school curricula, and get very nervous about the fate of Barnes & Noble.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca discuss #metoo coming to the world of children's publishing, Scribd tries "unlimited" reading, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about Kobo and Wal-Mart teaming up, bad adaptations, the National Book Award adding a translation prize, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca pay tribute to Ursula K Le Guin, say goodbye and hello to Sue Grafton, recount a major book heist, consider Amazon's first cashierless store, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk Fire and Fury's continued run, more details about PBS' Great American Read, Ferrante going to The Guardian, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Jenn talk about Fire & Fury hype, new books from Lindy West, a bookselling giant's passing, and much more.