Today we consider a book about, at its core, the difficulty of growing more than a single pumpkin in your pumpkin patch. We talk Jawas, rain barrels, hairless leprechauns, and more.
Flesh eating fashion. Solid gold toilets. It's all in Steven Weinberg's new nonfiction book on color. Best of all, find out why I'm someday going to name my new rock band "Extended Gamut Printing."
"I want more stories where the queer characters can be something other than perfect or dead." Richard Fairgray gives us the goods in today's guest posting.
He's got the eyebrows of Roy Kent and the emotional range of Oscar the Grouch. But what makes a book cranky? Only way to find out? Ask its creators!
Today we discuss the man who typified the "controlled Jackson Pollock" look. It's the rare book that was originally intended for Mother's Day and that we're now discussing instead for Halloween.
An old classic gets a new update. Today I not only interview the author and artist that adapted Watership Down into a graphic novel, but the daughters of Richard Adams as well!
We're joined today by the creative forces behind a publication that owes its existence to a 1920s children's publication founded by W.E.B. Du Bois. Learn more about The Brownies' Book in all its iterations.
We're pleased as punch to host Christine Platt, the current Ambassador for the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture, and her guest post on her newest young reader series.
It's a Halloween book. It's a birthday book. It's an EARLY Jarrett Krosoczka title, and we finally get to to it today on latest podcast.