In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca revel in Dan Brown week, approve of this year's Nobel Laureate in Literature, run-down more awards lists, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Jenn talk about this year's 5 under 35 honorees, dissect some upcoming adaptation news, ponder audiobooks, and much more.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca talk about shortlists and finalists in fall awards season, audiobook growth, HRC selling some units, Google serving library results, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca put the discussion of gaming the NYT bestseller list to bed, note Amazon's policing of reviews of What Happened, shrug their shoulder over the Man Booker shortlist, and much more.
In this episode, Jeff and Amanda consider a conservative publisher giving the NYT bestseller list the brush off, worry over Barnes & Noble's continued slide, anticipate Roxane Gay's forthcoming advice column, and much more.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca follow-up about a Pepe the Frog rip-off children's book, disagree about destroying Terry Pratchett's work, consider a world in which a $1 million advance isn't all that much, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca spend most of the episode gawking at one of the strangest book-world stories they've yet covered.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about follow up about Audible for dogs and coloring book sales, unpack the non-profit Voldemort movie, Michiku Kakutani's forthcoming book, swearing in books, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca anticipate a shared favorite coming to Netflix, bag on fixing book prices, scratch their heads over Audible for dogs, and decide that suing Levar Burton is ill-advised.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca mull PBS' upcoming The Great American Read and ponder the world's highest earning authors.
This week, Jeff and Amanda follow-up about ambiguous pen-names, go over the 2017 Man Booker longlist, mark Michiko Kakutani's retirement from the New York Times Book Review, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca follow-up about police distributing books to kids, relay the strange case of Dracula in Icelandic, round-up a bunch of adaptation news, and much more.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca talk about sales numbers for BEHOLD THE DREAMERS post-Oprah selection, a good year so far for print sales, the opening of the new largest bookstore in the world, and try to get you to listen to Annotated (if you haven't already).
This week, Rebecca and guest co-host Jenn discuss new standards for ebook accessibility, the men's rights activists who took on a feminist bookstore, and more.