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Reading Pathways: Maria Dahvana Headley

Maria Dahvana Headley will be speaking at Book Riot Live 2016. Maria Dahvana Headley is best known for her NYT bestselling YA novel Magonia and her collaboration with Neil Gaiman on editing the short story collection Unnatural Creatures, but that’s just scratching the surface. Her style and subject matter range far and wide, and her imagination is […]

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2 Weeks Left for VIP Book Riot Live Tickets

That’s right, friends — you have just two weeks left to get the best Book Riot Live deal out there. $40 off a weekend pass, early RSVP access to special events, and a free water bottle, all available until May 31. Join us!

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Be a VIP at Book Riot Live

Want first crack at RSVP access to limited-attendance panels? Want $40 off your weekend pass? Want to grab an (almost gone) ticket to Saturday night’s mingle, featuring guest speakers and Book Riot staff, at the Strand’s Rare Book Room? Want a free water bottle? All these things can be yours if you buy your Book Riot Live […]

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Who’s Who at Book Riot Live 2016: Round 1

Please join us in welcoming our first round of speakers for Book Riot Live 2016! We’re hard at work building a speaker list that’s as inclusive, smart, funny, and talented as last year’s — no small feat, but I am delighted to say that we’re off to a roaring start. We are thrilled to announce […]

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Rare Book Room at the Strand

Get Dibs on Our First Evening Party

By popular demand, we’ll be having another mingle at the Strand Bookstore Rare Book Room! Join Book Riot Live staff and some of our visiting speakers for a mingle in the Rare Book Room on Saturday, November 12, 2016. Tickets are $40 and include access to the event, a $15 Strand gift card, and refreshments. Please note: this event […]

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Book Riot Live 2016 Tickets Are On Sale!

It is March 28 and as of 1pm Eastern, Book Riot Live 2016 is LIVE! Now that I have used up all my exclamation marks, on to the actual information. There are many reasons you should go get your tickets RIGHT NOW, and they include BONUSES. (I may have run out of exclamation marks, but […]

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Save the Date for Book Riot Live 2016!

We are pleased, delighted, thrilled, and [insert so many other adjectives here] to announce that Book Riot Live will be returning to Metropolitan West in New York City on November 12 and 13, 2016! Mark your calendars; tickets will go on sale on March 28. More details about programming, vendors, etc. forthwith, so stay tuned […]

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Announcing Book Riot Live 2016

I can’t say it better than one of our zinesters did:   We had a blast, and so did lots of you — and we’re delighted to announce, we’re gonna do it again next year! Book Riot Live 2016 will take place in New York City. Sign up below to be among the first to […]

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Here Comes the (Book Riot Live) Remix, Pt. 3: A Post Round-Up

A round-up of recaps and articles on Book Riot Live 2015. Thanks so much to everyone who came out for our first year! Read Pt. 1 here and Pt. 2 here. — I have thoughts about meeting a legend like Margaret Atwood. It was definitely an experience that I’ll never forget, but the encounters I […]

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Here Comes the (Book Riot Live) Remix, Pt. 2: A Post Round-Up

A round-up of recaps and articles on Book Riot Live 2015. Thanks so much to everyone who came out for our first year! Read Pt. 1 here. — I also did a rad pictionary battle with Wendy Xu, did an interview with vlogger, Ariel Bissett, shook hands with the queen, Margaret Atwood, and heard a […]

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Here Comes the (Book Riot Live) Remix: A Post Round-Up

A round-up of recaps and articles on Book Riot Live 2015. Thanks so much to everyone who came out for our first year! — Jemisin likes the freedom that world building allows, letting her set up unique un-Earthly axioms, as in her latest book The Fifth Season. On the other hand, Atwood was quick to […]

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