A monthly book club and podcast for readers who enjoy an eclectic variety of books - and talking about them nonstop.
31 - Blood at the Root: Not for the Faint of Heart
In this episode we welcome a new guest host and book blogger: Stacie! We talk about some exciting podcast news, like our new website and upcoming author interview, and then we discuss some of our favorite POC (Person of Color) literary characters and this tough but important read: Blood at the Root.
30 - Men Explain Things to Me: We’re So Witty
Susan, Tara, and Meredith start off the new year with their read-olutions and goals for 2017. A small update on our ER MadLibs Challenge and then we dive into Men Explain Things to Me. We talk about how Rebecca Solnit addresses hard and upsetting issues that women experience through 9 essays.
29 - Eclectic Readers Special: Interview with Valentine DeLandro
In our last interview from Book Riot Live, Meredith and Tara speak with illustrator, Valentine Delandro.
28 - Eclectic Readers Special: Interview with Ken Liu
Next up in our Book Riot Live author interview, Meredith and Tara speak with author, Ken Liu. He has written The Grace of Kings and translated The Three-Body Problem.
27 - Eclectic Readers Special: Interview with Charlie Jane Anders
Meredith and Tara were at Book Riot Live! They had a chance to interview 3 authors. This episode is with Charlie Jane Anders author of All the Birds in the Sky.
26 - Zodiac: In Michelle Obama’s Arms We Trust
Meredith, Susan, Tara, and Jeannette have some announcements - some sad, some happy - including a NEW reading challenge for the new year! We also wrap up 2016 with favorite topics, topics we missed, and which Eclectic Readers books we loved most this year. And the stars align for our last book of the year, Romina Russell's Zodiac.
Interesting conversation that has exposed me to a variety of books that I likely wouldn’t have known about.
They sound bored
Very sad to come on and hear a podcast on books and for them to sound so lackluster.
Always enjoy the conversation on the Eclectic Readers podcast. One of my favorite reading podcasts, too. Love that they truly go out of their way to avoid sticking to any one market or genre.