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We believe the question "What are you reading?" is a powerful question. It presents each of us with an opportunity to build community, share experiences, and express the things that matter to us.

On our podcast, What Are You Reading? we talk with interesting Atlantans about books. In free-flowing conversations recorded live at Atlanta Vintage Books, we find out what people from our city are reading and how those readings relate with their lives, work, and communities.

What Are You Reading? Ian North and Tim Rhodes

    • Arts
    • 5.0, 19 Ratings

We believe the question "What are you reading?" is a powerful question. It presents each of us with an opportunity to build community, share experiences, and express the things that matter to us.

On our podcast, What Are You Reading? we talk with interesting Atlantans about books. In free-flowing conversations recorded live at Atlanta Vintage Books, we find out what people from our city are reading and how those readings relate with their lives, work, and communities.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Ken2082 ,

What a Great Show

Pure comfort food and an absolute delight. I learned things, I laughed, and most importantly I added to my reading list. Great hosts. Great guests. Great show.

InspiredMoney.fm ,

It’s about people and connections

Atlanta in the house! I love the free flowing convos that take place in this vintage bookstore. Listeners get to be fly on the wall. Interesting people, books, and more. Episode with Gary and Vivian Chapman was great, funny too. Love the vibe. Subscribe and check this out!

Justtestingout ,

What an important topic

I listened to the episode with Sho Baraka. What really stuck with me was that what he was trying to accomplish was a movement. In which both political parties are NOT pigeon holed into their own place. It is such an important topic to touch on in our current political climate. It seemed to me that the importance was pointed in the direction of all of us being one in the human race and not necessarily in our political parties. Also liked how religion came into play in the episode. Thanks for a great listen.

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