Three Percent #138: This Is the Most This Podcast Ever
Alex Shepard from The New Republic joins Chad and Tom to discuss the state of book journalism, the new National Book Award for Translation, Chad’s annoying whining about BookMarks, Winter Institute, and more. It’s a fun episode that goes deep into some contemporary book publishing issues—and the disparity between the haves and have nots—while remaining entertaining and a bit unhinged.
This week’s music is The Best Trick in Modern Science by Unlikely Friends. Yes, this is the second week in a row that we’re featuring this album. It’s great!
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