BTS #19: Woman No. 17 (Edan Lepucki) & The Catacombs (Jeremy Bates)

July 9, 2017

This episode is proudly brought to you by the undeniable fact that mothers are the first to acknowledge our existence and by Energizer batteries: ever go underground without them or you'll die.

Edan Lepucki's website: http://www.edanlepucki.com/

Jeremy Bates's website: http://www.jeremybatesbooks.com/

The “Behind the Stacks” theme is “Space Java” by Jake Koulouris and James Thomas and is used with permission.

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BTS #18: The Unintentional Time Traveler and Good Omens

June 1, 2017

This episode is brought to you by experimental trials, "The Best of Queen" album and the Star Sign Libra.

Interview with Everett Maroon on the site “Diversity in YA: Puttin’ a little diversity in ya since 2011”: http://www.diversityinya.com/2014/02/interview-with-everett-maroon/

Everett Maroon's website and blog: www.Transplantportation.com

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BTS #17: House of Leaves (finale) and The Martian (Weir)

March 15, 2017

This episode is brought to you by utter resignation, crushed Vicodin and potatoes. 

The “Behind the Stacks” theme is “Space Java” by Jake Koulouris and James Thomas and is used with permission.

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BTS #16: House of Leaves (part 2) and The Circle (Dave Eggers)

February 5, 2017

This month’s episode is brought to you by a sudden, compelling need to go off the grid and utter resignation. Join us as Ana updates us on her progress reading House of Leaves (there’s a lot of yelling) and Kim fills us in on how we’re giving our privacy away one tweet at a time (also a lot of yelling).

The “Behind the Stacks” theme is “Space Java” by Jake Koulouris and James Thomas and is used with permission.

 

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BTS #15: House of Leaves (Danielewski) and reading goals-wrap up

January 2, 2017

This month's episode is brought to you by "fedoras" and the number 17. Join Kim and Ana as they delve into the world of thick novels, semi-achieved reading goals and fedoras vs. trilbies!

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BTS #14: The Little Paris Bookshop (Nina George) and The Brotherhood of Mutilation (Brian Evenson)

December 5, 2016

This episode of “Behind the Stacks” is brought to you by cats, lavender ice cream, love, and voluntarily cutting off your own arm because God.

 

For more on this month’s authors:

http://www.nina-george.com/

http://brianevenson.com/

 

The articles Ana referred to about Brian Evenson:

http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/the-dark-fiction-of-an-ex-mormon-writer

http://www.believermag.com/issues/200305/?read=article_ehrenreich

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BTS #13: Alabama Gods (Joshilyn Jackson) and Twisted (Lola Smirnova)

September 26, 2016

On this month’s episode: southern deities, breakfast foods and the wide world of the international sex industry. We take a look at Joshilyn Jackson’s Gods in Alabama and Lola Smirnova’s Twisted.

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BTS #12: Shrill (Lindy West) and Meg (Steve Alten)

August 8, 2016

Join us as we discuss Shrill (Lindy West) and Meg (Steve Alten)!


This week’s episode is brought to you by trains, sharks and the people who love them.


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For more information on this month’s picks:

www.HachetteBookGroup.com

www.SteveAlton.com


Thanks for listening!

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BTS #11: Hidden Cities (Moses Gates), Susanna Kearsley, reading goals update and more

July 1, 2016

Happy oneyeariversary! Kim and Ana discuss HiddenCities, Susanna Kearsley, their lofty reading goals and more!

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BTS #10: Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore (Robin Sloan), A Study in Charlotte (Brittany Cavallaro), reading difficulties and the Spoiler Dungeon!

May 15, 2016

Episode 10! We’re finally in the double digits!

Join Kim and Ana as they dive into the world of 24-hour book shops, descendants of famous detectives and excuses for why other specific books weren’t finished!

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