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On today’s episode we talk to Ann Patchett, the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of seven novels, as well as the owner of Parnassus Books in Nashville, Tennessee.
The holidays are an especially important time for bookstores, so we’re asking you to join the movement and support your bookstore however you can.
To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, Carolann Jane Duro, founder of Quiet Quail Books and the NDN Book Nerd, shares their 10 favorite audiobooks by Indigenous authors.
On today’s episode we talk to New York Times bestselling author Olivie Blake about her latest novel, The Atlas Paradox, the highly anticipated follow up to the TikTok sensation, The Atlas Six.
We were truly overwhelmed by the number of incredible bookish podcasts you all recommended to us in the comments of our bookish podcasts post and on social media. So much so that we knew we had to do a part two.
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It’s easy to feel intimidated by book awards—numerous shortlists, longlists, and winners are announced all year round, universally prestigious in their own right—so we collected some of the biggest ones to watch here so you can stay on top of it all.