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Podcast: The Book Review

The New York Times
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The world's top authors and critics join host Pamela Paul and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review7 дней назад
    This week The New York Times Book Review rolled out the results of an ambitious survey it conducted to determine the best books of the 21st century so far. On this week’s episode, Gilbert Cruz chats with some fellow editors about the results of that survey and about the project itself.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review21 день назад
    Rita Bullwinkel’s impressive debut novel, “Headshot,” follows eight teenagers fighting in a youth women’s boxing tournament. Each chapter details a match between fighters, bout after bout, until finally a champion is declared.

    In this week’s spoiler-filled episode, the Book Review’s MJ Franklin discusses the book with his colleagues Joumana Khatib and Lauren Christensen.
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    The actor and director Griffin Dunne joins host Gilbert Cruz to talk about his family memoir, "The Friday Afternoon Club."
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Reviewв прошлом месяце
    Summer is upon us and you're going to need a few books to read. Book Review editors Elisabeth Egan and Joumana Khatib join host Gilbert Cruz to talk through a few titles they're looking forward to over the next several months.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Reviewв прошлом месяце
    For many years now, Elin Hilderbrand has published a novel every summer set on the island of Nantucket. With her 30th book, 'Swan Song,' the bestselling author says she will step off that hamster wheel and try something new. On this week's episode, she and host Gilbert Cruz talk about her career, what she's reading, and what's next.
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    In this spoiler-filled conversation, a panel of Book Review editors discuss Percival Everett's reworking of Mark Twain's “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review2 месяца назад
    The year 1986 was notable for two big disasters: the Chernobyl nuclear accident in the Soviet Union and the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger in the United States.

    The journalist Adam Higginbotham wrote about Chernobyl in his 2019 book, “Midnight in Chernobyl.” Now he’s back, with a look at the American side of the ledger, in his new book, “Challenger: A True Story of Heroism and Disaster on the Edge of Space.” On this week’s episode, Higginbotham tells host Gilbert Cruz why he was drawn to both disasters, and what the Challenger explosion revealed about weaknesses in America’s space program.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review2 месяца назад
    In the world of fantasy fiction, Leigh Bardugo is royalty: Her Grishaverse novels are mainstays on the young adult best-seller list and her adult novels “Ninth House” and “Hell Bent” established her as a force to reckon with in dark academia. This week on the podcast, Gilbert Cruz talks with Bardugo about her first work of historical fiction, "The Familiar."
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review3 месяца назад
    Colm Tóibín’s 2009 novel “Brooklyn” told the story of a meek young Irishwoman, Eilis Lacey, who emigrates to New York in the 1950s and slowly begins building a new life for herself. On this week’s podcast, Tóibín talks to Sarah Lyall about the sequel, "Long Island," and how he came to write it.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review3 месяца назад
    In this week’s episode, MJ Franklin discusses Dolly Alderton's hit book "Good Material" with his colleagues Emily Eakin and Leah Greenblatt. (Caution: Spoilers abound!)
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review3 месяца назад
    The publisher has gone through a lot of changes since its founding in 1924. Its current chief executive, Jonathan Karp, talks about the company’s history and its hopes for the future.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review3 месяца назад
    This month marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Stephen King’s first novel, “Carrie.”
    On this week’s episode, host Gilbert Cruz talks to the novelist Grady Hendrix, who read and re-read many of King’s books over several years for a writing project, as well as King superfan Damon Lindelof, the TV showrunner behind shows such as “Lost” and “The Leftovers.”
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review4 месяца назад
    Dwight Garner, Alexandra Jacobs and Jennifer Szalai weigh in on 22 of the funniest novels since “Catch-22.”
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    The great Irish crime novelist Tana French joins Sarah Lyall to talk about her new novel "The Hunter," a sequel to 2020's "The Searcher."
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review4 месяца назад
    The Times’s critic Alissa Wilkinson discusses Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel and Denis Villeneuve’s film adaptations.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review4 месяца назад
    A scathing satire about race, publishing and identity politics, Everett’s acclaimed 2001 novel is the basis of the Oscar-nominated movie “American Fiction.”
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review5 месяцев назад
    Tommy Orange’s acclaimed debut novel, “There There” centered on a group of characters who all converge on an Indigenous powwow in modern-day Oakland, Calif. His follow-up, “Wandering Stars,” is both a prequel and a sequel to that book. This week, Orange visits the podcast to discuss his new work as well as the book he has read most in his life, Clarice Lispector's "The Hour of the Star."
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review5 месяцев назад
    Dwight Garner discusses a new oral history of the venerable alt-weekly, Tricia Romano’s “The Freaks Came Out to Write.”
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review5 месяцев назад
    On this week's episode, a roundtable conversation about Barbara Kingsolver’s “Demon Copperhead,” a riff on “David Copperfield” that moves Charles Dickens’s story to contemporary Appalachia and grapples with topics from poverty to ambition to opioid addiction.
    The New York Timesдобавил аудиокнигу на полкуPodcast: The Book Review5 месяцев назад
    The early part of a year can mean new books to read, or it can mean catching up on older ones we haven’t gotten to yet. This week, Gilbert Cruz chats with the Book Review’s Sarah Lyall and Sadie Stein about titles from both categories that have held their interest lately.
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