Jeff and Rebecca review the most memorable stories from the year in books.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca get back to the news with a bunch of listener feedback, B&N announces largest number of new store openings in years, Atwood writing a sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, and much more.
Jeff and Rebecca wrap up their 2018 holiday recommendations.
Jeff and Rebecca respond to listener recommendation requests.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca talk about Publisher's Weekly's 2018 Salary Survey, the National Book Award winners, WH Smith's new bookstore format, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca take a second look and Indigo's financial results, the news the WHSmith was the "book retailer" interested in buying Barnes & Noble, look over Amazon's 20 Best Books of the Year list, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca continue to follow the increasingly nasty Barnes & Noble lawsuit, look over the Goodreads Choice Awards nominees, give an up date on Moira Donegan's book deal, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca spend most of the time on reader feedback, but then also finally get to the talk about the winner of the Great American Read.
This week, Jeff and Amanda follow-up about the suit against Moire Donegan, talk about the Man Booker 2018 winner, give first reactions to the Indigo opening in Short Hills, NJ, and much more.
This week, Sharifah joins Jeff to talk the awarding of the New Academy Prize (aka, The Alternative Nobel), the meh-tastic finalists of The Great American Read, rage-inducing #metoo responses, Macarthur "Genius" winners, and much more.
In this episode, Barnes & Noble lurches towards a sale, Amazon raises wages, a notable new poetry podcast, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca discuss the Kirkus prize finalists, yet another Amazon store format, ebooks in prisons, listener follow-up, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca find a Barnes & Noble experiment they like, express almost total ignorance about the National Book Award longlists, are dumbfounded by Amazon's store expansion plans, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca mull Barnes & Noble's current "plan," show their ignorance of the bookselling landscape in the United Kingdom, marvel at the sales figures of Bob Woodward's Fear, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk more about Barnes & Noble suitors, Barnes & Noble's eroding finances, a big new Book Riot project, and much more.