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.
Jeff and Rebecca talk premium podcast content, play a bookish round of 20 Questions, think about the two-year anniversary of Bookshop, and much more.
Jeff and Rebecca talk about new details about The Spine Collector, Apple's Book Club, recent reads, and more.
Jeff and Rebecca finally are ready to talk about Station Eleven, after discussing recent reads. And in the second half of the episode, they get to talk to Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl.
Jeff is joined by Vanessa Diaz to talk about 2021s bestsellers, recent notable and favorite books, the continuing surge in book banning and censorshop in public libraries and schools, and more.
This week, Jeff and Rebecca doing something unusual: talking about the books they are reading.
Jeff and Rebecca talk about 2021 print sales and reading habits, Harlequin's subscription play, give a general review of Station Eleven on HBO, and more.
Jeff and Rebecca talk about the resolution of a recent literary mystery, the (cough) best books of the last 125 years, new year's reading projects, and more.
Jeff and Rebecca recommend things from outside the world of books and reading.
Jeff and Rebecca list their favorites reads of 2021.
Jeff and Rebecca finish their holiday recommendation extravaganza.
Jeff and Rebecca continue their annual tradition of responding to listener recommendation reque
Jeff and Rebecca talk about the 2021 National Book Award winners, Barnes & Noble's Book of the Year, Spotify buying an audiobook company, and The Sentence by Louise Erdrich.
Jeff and Rebecca think about replacing the term "dad book" with...anything, talk more PRH/S&S commentary, list book adaptations they will not be talking about, and much more.
Jeff and Rebecca discuss some recent book sales numbers, the 2021 Booker Prize, banning Beloved, and much more.
In this episode, Jeff and Rebecca confirm that Dune is having a moment, talk about a new Book Riot podcast series, the beginning of "Books of the Year" season, and then talk about Crossroads by Jonathan Franzen and Matrix by Lauren Groff.