Literary power couple Zadie Smith and Nick Laid discuss their collaborative picture book, ‘Weirdo’. They explore why they’ve come together now to write this book. From the inspiration of the book, how they write together, attitudes of being different, and more, listen in now!
Sara, Lis, and Erin tackle the intimidating Russian classic that is Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky. They discuss their initial thoughts, feelings, and understanding of this novel through reading it multiple times.
Discover who Courtney Zoffness is, what her book “SPILT MILK” is about, and what inspired her to write it. From what we inherit from generations past and what we pass on to our children biologically, historically, and spiritually.
John Mitchison brings life to the old Icelandic book, “The Fish Can Sing” by Halldór Laxness. Cozy up and listen in to John reading a beautiful excerpt from the book and reflect on it afterwards.
Daisy Buchanan sits down with Mel Giedroyc, a versatile presenter, actor, comedian, and now novelist, to discuss her latest book.
At the intersection of psychology and horror, listen in to this description and discussion of “A Head Full of Ghosts” by Paul Tremblay.
Chris & Paris read and review “Reaper’s Creek” by Onision. Listen in to the book summary and trying to figure out the protagonists name. Discover what the author’s personal life has to do with the book, and what makes this book is so terrible.
Has a book ever made you want to scream? Groan? Growl? Listen in to the quirky sound reviews and general review of the book, “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” by John Gray. From sexual stereotypes, only acknowledging heterosexual relationships, and more, listen in to some of the issues these
Listen in to the big book news of the week. From Harper Collins buying the trade assets of HMH, the right to the tolkien corpus, the one billion dollar Amazon adaptation of ‘Lord of the Rings’ content, and more.