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.
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.
Jeff and Rebecca talk about juicy drama at Barnes & Noble, The New Academy shortlist, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk ebooks at Wal-Mart, Obama's summer reading, a library lending record, follow-up about Instagram book clubs, and much more.
Due to extraordinary circumstances, Jeff flies solo on this episode and monologues on ebook pricing for libraries, what a Netflix for books would now mean, the future of print sales, and more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about listener emails, library usage stats, the finalists for PBS's Great American Read, and much more.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca re-hash 2017 publishing sales data, go over the Man Booker longlist, obsess over a major book heist, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca begin with a diversion about the Myers-Briggs Personality Test, follow-up about the Golden Man Booker, rundown the best-selling books of the first half of 2018, and much more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca talk about the alternative Nobel, B&N fires its CEO, Bourdain bio in the works, South Caroline police challenge reading choices, and much more.