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The B&N Podcast: Colson Whitehead on Imagination, Courage and The Nickel Boys

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The B&N Podcast: Colson Whitehead on Imagination, Courage and The Nickel Boys

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The Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning author of The Underground Railroad returns with a gripping new story of injustice and the power of friendship.
King of the Dark Episode 5: Pet Sematary

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King of the Dark Episode 5: Pet Sematary

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Something about that cat is just not right...we're back on our summer-long journey through the novels of Stephen King, and today's stop is at the scariest misspelling in literature.
The B&N Podcast: Marjorie Liu on Making a World of Her Own in “Monstress”

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The B&N Podcast: Marjorie Liu on Making a World of Her Own in “Monstress”

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The bestselling novelist and comics writer joins us for a deep dive into the creation of her award winning graphic fantasy epic, Monstress.
King of the Dark Episode 4: Different Seasons

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King of the Dark Episode 4: Different Seasons

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Our Summer of Stephen King continues: Just like the kids in "Stand By Me," our podcast team heads off on a quest into the dark woods of the King's 1982 quartet of novellas. Plus: an apology...
The B&N Podcast: Linda Holmes on the Joy of Banter

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The B&N Podcast: Linda Holmes on the Joy of Banter

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The host of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour joins us to talk about her sparkling debut novel, why "Moonlighting" changed her life, and her fascination with the strange baseball phenomenon of "the...
The B&N Podcast: Emily Nussbaum on the Age of the Showrunner

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The B&N Podcast: Emily Nussbaum on the Age of the Showrunner

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning TV critic talks about our conversational artform, how Buffy the Vampire Slayer changed her life, confronting the problem of abusive creators, and more from her new book...
David McCullough and the Meaning of History

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David McCullough and the Meaning of History

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Why the writer's work capturing "the Spirit of America" has never been more timely.
King of the Dark Episode 3: The Dead Zone

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King of the Dark Episode 3: The Dead Zone

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Our Summer of Stephen King podcast adventure continues, with special guest Linda Holmes and a deep dive into King's 1979 clairvoyance-meets-politics-meets-nuclear-nightmare thriller....
The B&N Podcast: Neal Stephenson on Fake News and Life (Sort of) After Death

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The B&N Podcast: Neal Stephenson on Fake News and Life (Sort of) After Death

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The author of "Fall: or, Dodge in Hell" joins us to talk about truth, artificial intelligence, and digital afterlives -- and why he had to rewrite his novel when the present overtook his imagined...
The B&N Podcast: Bobby Hundreds Reads the Street

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The B&N Podcast: Bobby Hundreds Reads the Street

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Bobby Hundreds joins us for a talk about his new memoir "This Is Not a T-Shirt," life as a streetwear pioneer, and the place where art, community and commerce meet.
Big Sky

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Big Sky

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Kate Atkinson's detective Jackson Brodie returns, picking up the threads of a not-so-cold case in a novel whose mysteries come in layers.
King of the Dark Episode 2: The Shining

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King of the Dark Episode 2: The Shining

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In the second episode of our podcast series exploring the worlds of Stephen King, we're taking a trip to the world-famous Overlook Hotel. Rest, relaxation, supernatural possession -- and some...