Alyssa Cole Reading Pathway

Reading Pathways: Alyssa Cole

Alyssa Cole will be speaking at Book Riot Live 2016, November 12 and 13 in New York City. This post originally ran on BookRiot.com, by Trisha Brown. In some ways, this post is a bit of a selfish indulgence. Advising readers on where to start with an author like Alyssa Cole is a little like […]

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First Look at the Book Riot Live 2016 Schedule!

Friends, it is that time: The time when we get out our muppet arms and let them fly, as we unveil the first pieces of programming at Book Riot Live, sponsored by Bookwitty! Please feast your eyes upon … drumroll please …. the Schedule page! Wherein you shall find details about this year’s podcasts and discussions about […]

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Book Riot Live Prep: Burn Baby Burn

In which Wallace talks about the first book she is reading to get ready for Book Riot Live 2016!   This is the first of our Book Riot Live-related videos for this year; you can check out the archives for last year here.

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Book Riot Live or Bust

A Podcast Flash-Back

A few of our podcasts will be returning to Book Riot Live 2016; while you wait to find out which, why not revisit the delightful antics of last year’s live recordings? Listen along below, and register here with code BOOKNERD for $20 off! The Podcast: Working Super Blue All the Books: November 10 2015, Recorded […]

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Tara Clancy Joins Book Riot Live

Writer and storyteller Tara Clancy has joined the Book Riot Live line-up! Here’s one example of why we’re so excited to have this Moth GrandSlam winner on board:

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Reading Pathway: Meg Medina

Meg Medina will be speaking at Book Riot Live 2016, November 12 and 13 in New York City. This post originally ran on BookRiot.com, by Kelly Jensen. If Meg Medina’s name isn’t familiar to you, now is the time to make yourself familiar with it, especially if you’re a fan of children’s and young adult literature. […]

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Reading Pathways: Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley will be speaking at Book Riot Live 2016, November 12 and 13 in New York City. This post originally ran on BookRiot.com, by Troy L. Wiggins. Walter Mosley is an author most well known for his crime fiction, specifically the books featuring hard-boiled detective Ezekiel “Easy” Rawlins. But Mosley has authored over over […]

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Who’s Who at Book Riot Live: Round 4

The additions continue! Here’s why we’re so excited about our four newest speakers: Alyssa Cole talked to the Smart Bitches Trashy Books podcast about how, in Nigeria, romances aren’t a gendered reading past-time, among other discoveries from her column “Romancing the Globe.” (Bonus: you also get to listen to her talk about how Ebola doesn’t work for romantic […]

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Collage of the cover of Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy with Maria Dahvana Headley and Charlie Jane Anders

Best American Taps Book Riot Live Speakers

 The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2016 collection has been announced, and it includes two of our Book Riot Live speakers. All of our congratulations to Maria Dahvana Headley and Charlie Jane Anders for their inclusion!

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BRL Book Reviews: Post-It Edition

BRL Book Preview: Post-It Edition, Round 1

Sometimes you’re just compelled to write book reviews on Post-Its, what can we say? (Originally seen on the Book Riot Snapchat.) Those of you who prefer the TL;DR version of reviews, voila. Click the photos to embiggen, and the text is transcribed below! Rich and Pretty by Rumaan Alam About: 2 best friends in their […]

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Why You Should Be Reading Sara Farizan

Sara Farizan will be speaking at Book Riot Live 2016, November 12 and 13 in New York City. This post originally ran on BookRiot.com, by Tirzah Price. Sara Farizan has been named one of Book Riot’s 10 Rad Female Authors to Read, but if you still haven’t read either of her amazing YA books, don’t wait a […]

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