Hey YA
Hey YA
Jan 27, 2021
85.5: Extra Credit: When I Hear "Steam Engine," I Think Of Jack and Kate Running Through the Boiler Room
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Hannah and special guest Emily Blaeser compare their experiences on YALSA’s Amazing Audiobooks committee and talk about the best in YA recordings….but first about Mary Roach, Anastasia Krupnik, and Kristy Thomas’ girl gang. Hannah forgets the word but knows some examples of antanaclasis in English and French. Also, it’s Lupin, not lapin 🐇!

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Show Notes

We Are Not Free by Traci Chee

Legendborn by Tracy Deonn

Avalon High by Meg Cabot

A Kid in King Arthur’s Court

The Extraordinaries by T.J. Klune

Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

The Diviners by Libba Bray

The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater

Internment by Samira Ahmed

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo

Buried Beneath the Baobab Tree by Adaobi Tricia Ndwaubani

Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger

Titanic

The Lines We Cross by Randa Abdel-Fattah

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Reading Women
Reading Women
Reading Women
Interview with Patricia Engel
Kendra chats with Patricia Engel, the author of Infinite Country, which is out now from Avid Reader Press. Check out our Patreon page to learn more about our book club and other Patreon-exclusive goodies. Follow along over on Instagram, join the discussion in our Goodreads group, and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for more new books and extra book reviews! Thanks so our sponsors! Go to prose.com/readingwomen to get 15% off your first order! Go to http://talkspace.com and use the code READINGWOMEN for $100 off your first month. Books MentionedInfinite Country by Patricia Engel Patricia Recommends What’s Mine Is Yours by Naima Coster The President and the Frog by Carolina De Robertis Fiebre Tropical by Juliana Delgado Lopera Patricia Engel is the author of The Veins of the Ocean, winner of the Dayton Literary Peace Prize; It’s Not Love, It’s Just Paris, winner of the International Latino Book Award; and Vida, a finalist for the Pen/Hemingway and Young Lions Fiction Awards, New York Times Notable Book, and winner of Colombia’s national book award, the Premio Biblioteca de Narrativa Colombiana. She is a recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Her stories appear in The Best American Short Stories, The Best American Mystery Stories, The O. Henry Prize Stories, and elsewhere. Born to Colombian parents, Patricia teaches creative writing at the University of Miami. Website | Twitter Buy the Book CONTACT Questions? Comments? Email us hello@readingwomenpodcast.com.  SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Website Music by Miki Saito with Isaac Greene Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
40 min
All the Books!
All the Books!
Book Riot
E300: New Releases and More for March 2, 2021
This week, Liberty and Danika discuss In the Quick, Infinity Reaper, Infinite Country, and more great books. Pick up an All the Books! shirt, sticker, and more right here. Subscribe to All the Books! using RSS, iTunes, or Spotify and never miss a book. Sign up for the weekly New Books! newsletter for even more new book news. This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. BOOKS DISCUSSED ON THE SHOW: In the Quick by Kate Hope Day I Think I Love You by Auriane Desombre Yolk by Mary H.K. Choi Follow Your Arrow by Jessica Verdi  Who is Maud Dixon? by Alexandra Andrews What’s Mine and Yours by Naima Coster  Infinite Country by Patricia Engel Infinity Reaper (Infinity Cycle) by Adam Silvera The Girls I’ve Been by Tess Sharpe The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling When the Reckoning Comes by LaTanya McQueen WHAT WE’RE READING: Space Battle Lunchtime Vol 3 by Natalie Riess The Box in the Woods by Maureen Johnson MORE BOOKS OUT THIS WEEK: Gory Details: Adventures From the Dark Side of Science by Erika Engelhaupt  The Kitchen without Borders: Recipes and Stories from Refugee and Immigrant Chefs by The Eat Offbeat Chefs, Siobhan Wallace Penny De Los Santos (Photographer) The Lowering Days by Gregory Brown The Speed of Light by Elissa Grossell Dickey Rice (Savor the South Cookbooks) by Michael W. Twitty The Snatch Racket: The Kidnapping Epidemic That Terrorized 1930s America by Carolyn Cox Black Boy Out of Time: A Memoir by Hari Ziyad Catalogue Baby: A Memoir of (In)fertility by Myriam Steinberg, Christache Fans: How Watching Sports Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Understanding by Larry Olmsted  Vera by Carol Edgarian   The Queen’s Secret by Melissa de la Cruz The Empathy Diaries: A Memoir by Sherry Turkle  Abundance by Jakob Guanzon Too Small by Tola Atinuke, Onyinye Iwu But You’re Still So Young: How Thirtysomethings Are Redefining Adulthood by Kayleen Schaefer  Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again: Women and Desire in the Age of Consent by Katherine Angel One Step to You by Federico Moccia, Antony Shugaar (translator)  Mirror Lake by Andrée A. Michaud, J. C. Sutcliffe (translator)  Laxmi’s Mooch by Shelly Anand and Nabi H. Ali A Window to Heaven: The Daring First Ascent of Denali: America’s Wildest Peak by Patrick Dean Bring Back Our Girls: The Untold Story of the Global Search for Nigeria’s Missing Schoolgirls by Joe Parkinson, Drew Hinshaw The Memory Thief: Thirteen Witches by Jodi Lynn Anderson An Unexpected Peril (A Veronica Speedwell Mystery ) by Deanna Raybourn Spilt Milk by Courtney Zoffness Men Who Hate Women: From Incels to Pickup Artists: The Truth about Extreme Misogyny and How it Affects Us All by Laura Bates Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine by Olivia Campbell  Winterborne Home for Mayhem and Mystery by Ally Carter Decoding “Despacito”: An Oral History of Latin Music by Leila Cobo  Come Fly the World: The Jet-Age Story of the Women of Pan Am by Julia Cooke frank: sonnets by Diane Seuss The Babysitter: My Summers with a Serial Killer by Liza Rodman, Jennifer Jordan The Bright and the Pale by Jessica Rubinkowski  Bridge of Souls (City of Ghosts #3) by Victoria Schwab The Life of the Mind by Christine Smallwood AMORALMAN: A True Story and Other Lies by Derek DelGaudio We Are Bellingcat: Global Crime, Online Sleuths, and the Bold Future of News by Eliot Higgins Covet (Crave 3) by Tracy Wolff  Later by Stephen King  Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro Home is Not a Country by Safia Elhillo Machinehood by S.B. Divya The Girl Explorers: The Untold Story of the Globetrotting Women Who Trekked, Flew, and Fought Their Way Around the World by Jayne Zanglein The Scapegoat by Sara Davis A History of Scars: A Memoir by Laura Lee The Salt in Our Blood by Ava Morgyn Flight: A Novel of a Daring Escape During World War II by Vanessa Harbour A Boob’s Life: How America’s Obsession Shaped Me―and You by Leslie Lehr Endpapers: A Family Story of Books, War, Escape, and Home by Alexander Wolff The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner  Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay  Float Plan by Trish Doller   Down Comes the Night by Allison Saft  The Barbizon: The Hotel That Set Women Free by Paulina Bren Foregone by Russell Banks Justine by Forsyth Harmon The Committed by Viet Thanh Nguyen  Band of Sisters by Lauren Willig Oslo, Maine by Marcia Butler The Stolen Kingdom by Jillian Boehme Burnt Sugar by Avni Doshi More Than You Can Handle: A Rare Disease, A Family in Crisis, and the Cutting-Edge Medicine That Cured the Incurable by Miguel Sancho The Castle School (for Troubled Girls) by Alyssa Sheinmel Antonio by Beatriz Bracher, Adam Morris (translator) The High-Rise Diver by Julia von Lucadou, Sharmila Cohen (translator) The Northern Reach by W.S. Winslow You’re Leaving When?: Adventures in Downward Mobility by Annabelle Gurwitch Brother, Sister, Mother, Explorer by Jamie Figueroa A Desolation Called Peace (Teixcalaan Book 2) by Arkady Martine  Forget Me Not by Alexandra Oliva Once Upon a Quinceañera by Monica Gomez-Hira The Conductors by Nicole Glover Dead Space by Kali Wallace Lightseekers by Femi Kayode The Restoration of Celia Fairchild by Marie Bostwick  Feelings: A Story in Seasons by Manjit Thapp  A Game of Cones (An Ice Cream Parlor Mystery) by Abby Collette Sparks Like Stars by Nadia Hashimi  Good Eggs by Rebecca Hardiman The Soul of a Woman by Isabel Allende Burning Girls and Other Stories by Veronica Schanoes We Begin at the End by Chris Whitaker The Postscript Murders by Elly Griffiths See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
49 min
When In Romance
When In Romance
Book Riot
E77: A Beautiful Frankenstein
Jess and Trisha discuss some non-terrible Valentine’s week romance coverage, talk about the way romance represents the experience of being Black in history…and Trisha has a confession to make. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Stitcher. To get even more romance recs and news, sign up for our Kissing Books newsletter! This post contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, Book Riot may earn a commission. News As discussed, our fellow Rioters Silvana and Carole are just the best.  Please enjoy the romance coverage from NPR via podcast and this interview Beverly Jenkins did with Karen Grigsby Bates. Also the New York Times has come a long way, y’all. [NYT] There WAS in fact a Reading Pathways piece on Book Riot about Beverly Jenkins! And it was written by yet another of the actual best, Amanda Diehl [insert heart eyes emoji]. This is your regular reminder (from Trisha) to read this Book Riot piece about Bridgerton (by Jess). Post show note: Okay, we were wrong, and Black Panther came out in 2018. Time is complicated! Books Discussed Indigo, Forbidden, and basically everything else by Beverly Jenkins That Could Be Enough and Agnes Moor’s Wild Knight by Alyssa Cole Confessions in B Flat by Donna Hill The Preacher’s Promise by Piper Hughley A Duke, the Lady, and a Baby by Vanessa Riley The Duke Who Didn’t by Courtney Milan Rafe and Xeni by Rebekah Weatherspoon Two Rogues Make a Right by Cat Sebastian Love Lettering by Kate Clayborn Please send Trisha your favorite romances that aren’t especially plot-driven (she clearly needs the help). As always, you can find Jess and Trisha at the WIR email address (wheninromance@bookriot.com). You can also find us on Twitter (@jessisreading and @trishahaleybrwn), or Instagram (@jess_is_reading and @trishahaleybrown). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
44 min
Black Frasier
Black Frasier
Phoebe Robinson
A Holiday Bonus Jonas
Just a small holiday bonus episode for y'all. Thank you for everyone for making this podcast happen, without you listeners we wouldn't be able to do it, and a massive thank you for everyone who bought merch, to help keep the lights on.  See you in season 2 heauxes!!!! --- SUBSCRIBE to get the latest Black Frasier Episodes: YouTube: https://bit.ly/33yXkBX Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3a787Vd Spotify: https://spoti.fi/33FG1PA Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/33B9Gt9 Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2F241SS iHeart: https://ihr.fm/3kkY8Ah Pandora: https://pdora.co/31z7Ru6 Deezer: https://bit.ly/3gFwpYN Connect with Phoebe Online at: Visit the Phoebe Robinson WEBSITE: https://bit.ly/3kxHrlo Like Phoebe Robinson FACEBOOK: https://bit.ly/3fCjnKg Follow @PhoebeRobinson on TWITTER: https://bit.ly/33DParN Follow Phoebe Robinson on INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/3a5xVAT Follow Black Frasier on INSTAGRAM: https://bit.ly/31pKiUC -- About Black Frasier: BLACK FRASIER. It is - SURPRISE! - an interview-advice hybrid show hosted by a black person (ahem, me: Pheebs!) who has never seen an episode of FRASIER despite having a white boyfriend. #WeAllContainMultitudes. Moving on. Since I’m known amongst friends to dole out solicited (and unsolicited) life advice, I wanna spend each week - with a celeb guest - helping y’all handle your probs. #OliviaPope #MoreLikeOliviaDope #MomJoke. ANYWAY, the world is a continuous dumpster fire and the goal of this poddie is to make you laugh, think, and feel hopeful for our future.
15 min
Novel Pairings
Novel Pairings
Novel Pairings
50.5 Five tips for reading Pride and Prejudice (or any Austen novel)
We’re sharing our top five tips for reading Jane Austen’s novels with you, whether you’re a frequent re-reader or new to her work. Today’s episode is meant to help you get the most out of any Austen novel, but we hope you’ll read Pride and Prejudice with us this month! To celebrate one year of podcasting and the launch of our new Patreon community, we’re enjoying all things Austen for the whole month of March with discussion episodes and a bunch of bonus content (available for our Classics Club members on Patreon). To sign up, go to patreon.com/novelpairings and listen in to hear about our plans for the Classics Club this month. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get updates and behind-the-scenes info and connect with us on Instagram or Twitter. Use our Libro.fm affiliate code NOVELPAIRINGS to get an audiobook subscription and support independent bookstores. March 9th Episode: Part One (we’ll discuss Chapter 1-34 or Volume I-Volume II, Chapter 11) March 23rd Episode: Part Two (we’ll discuss the rest of the book and share our pairings) 1. Listen to the audiobook Amazon: Rosamund Pike Libro.fm: Kate Redding, Emilia Fox, Elizabeth Klett and Karen Savage 2. Research some Regency customs Sparknotes context Historical context The Georgian Era (and more in our upcoming Patreon class!) 3. Investigate Jane Austen’s writing style Free indirect discourse Austen’s voice Austen Said Irony and Elizabeth Bennett 4. Use Sparknotes, LitCharts, or Schmoop 5. Watch a film adaptation Our favorite: 1995 BBC series on Hulu Most popular: 2005 film on Peacock or Amazon Prime Throwback: 1980 film on Amazon Prime
32 min
Our America with Julián Castro
Our America with Julián Castro
Lemonada Media
Moms Demand Action
After the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, many Americans felt a call to action to reform our country’s gun laws. One of these people was Shannon Watts, a mother of five who started a Facebook group that turned into Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. Two years later, a mom in Texas joined her local chapter of Moms Demand Action after losing her 20-year-old son to gun violence. Calandrian Simpson-Kemp and Shannon Watts join us to speak about turning grief into action and passing common-sense gun legislation in a country that has a gun homicide rate that’s 25x higher than any other high-income country.    Keep up with Julián on twitter @JulianCastro and Instagram @JulianCastroTX.    Resources from the episode: Follow Moms Demand Action and Shannon Watts on Twitter Get involved in your local Moms Demand Action chapter Resources and research on laws mentioned in this episode: Stand your ground laws Extreme risk, or “red flag,” laws The boyfriend loophole Violence Against Women Act  George Floyd Justice and Policing Act   Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows.   To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to https://www.lemonadamedia.com/show/our-america shortly after the air date.   Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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