In our latest episode, we talk to the author of Where the Crawdads Sing, and we betray ourselves as star-struck fans with stories of celebrity encounters from BookExpo, the annual convergence of publishers, booksellers, and authors in New York City.Read more
Seira Wilson sits down with the legend of food writing, and we discuss the books we're they looking forward to the most this summer—including the latest from Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert and a return (of sorts) to Sex in the City.Read more
The psychotherapist and author of the bestselling Maybe You Should Talk to Someone stops by to talk shop, and we talk about a few of our favorite books of the month.Read more
The creator of A Song of Ice and Fire talked to us about his new graphic novel ( Starport), his rapidly expanding share-universe series ( Wild Cards), his decades-long writing career, and more.Read more
Nevermind the dubious ventilation. Let's get in a room and talk about our favorite books.Read more
Did Dan Mallory hurt our feelings? We attempt to unravel our thoughts about the real person behind "A.J. Finn" and The Woman in the Window, plus an interview with Ina Garten about her latest book, Cook Like a Pro.
The two-time Academy Award-winner visited our offices to talk about her moving memoir, In Pieces. We recorded it!Read more
In which we embarrass ourselves mispronouncing author names, and a conversation with the author of Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive.Read more
Stars! Episode VIII (Eight) is a veritable galaxy of them.Read more
The Amazon Books editors look forward to a new year of reading and Seira Wilson talks to chef Magnus Nilsson about his latest kitchen opus, The Nordic Baking Book.Read more
The Amazon Books editors recap a thrilling year for thrillers, and Seira Wilson talks to Markus Zusak about Bridge of Clay, his long-awaited follow-up to The Book Thief.Read more
We talk about 12 memoirs and biographies that made a big impact on us this year, plus we chat with Liane Moriarty about her newest bestselling novel as well as season 2 of HBO's
Big Little Lies.
The fourth episode of the Amazon Book Review Podcast reveals how we picked the best books of 2018, plus Erin Kodicek interviews
Educated author Tara Westover in front of a live audience at Amazon's Seattle campus.
The only thing we like better than writing about books is talking about books. So we launched a podcast.