Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.72: 2016 Holiday Gift Guide!

Happy holidays, friends! The demographically similar Jennys are here in our last podcast of the year to tell you what to buy your loved ones this holiday season. WE LOVE PRESENTS. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Our Own Personal Gift Guides

Whiskey Jenny: Classy af laundry products from The Laundress

Gin Jenny: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl in trade paperback

(You can read Ryan North’s Dinosaur Comics here.)

Whiskey Jenny: Adorable bathroom accoutrements. This Umbra Kleenex holder:

And this Melon Boat Q-tip holder:

Gin Jenny: This Kikkerland bed caddy, made of felt:

Whiskey Jenny: Kinetic sand. Here’s a video!

Gin Jenny: Johanna Basford’s Christmas coloring book.

Whiskey Jenny: Commission some fan art! The person she commissioned for her new apartment with Snapple Alex can be found here.

Gin Jenny: Coryographies bookshelf necklaces (on Etsy!).

Whiskey Jenny: Perfumes from Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab

Gin Jenny: A cooler bag. Also, packing cubes. EBAGS DOT COM!

this is nice but my one actually is HUGE and I have never regretted having such a huge cooler bag. just FYI. only the other day, my power went out and I put 70% of what was in my fridge and freezer into my cooler bag and hauled it over to put in someone else’s fridge and freezer. my fancy ranch dressing lives to fight another day!

And then we had some v. good recommendations for individuals who asked for help via our holiday gift guide form. WE HOPE THESE HELP YOU but if not please email us for additional assistance.

Tracy

Every Boy’s Got One, Meg Cabot
The Royal We, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
Eat Cake, Jeanne Ray
The Tapestry of Love, Rosy Thornton

Natalia

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, Bill Martin, Jr. and John Archambault, illustrated by Lois Ehlert
Happy Hippo, Angry Duck, Sandra Boynton
This Is Not My Hat, Jon Klasson
Wild, Emily Hughes

Erica

Bel Canto, Ann Patchett
Mr. Fox, Helen Oyeyemi
The Kings and Queens of Roam, Daniel Wallace
A General Theory of Oblivion, Jose Eduardo Agualusa, translated by Daniel Hahn

Lindsey

The Possessed, Elif Batuman
Your Favorite Band Is Killing Me, Steven Hyden
Juliet Naked, Nick Hornby
Star Island, Carl Hiaasen

Chelsea

The Dresden Files, Jim Butcher
The Lives of Tao (et seq.), Wesley Chu
The Quantum Thief (et seq.), Hannu Rajaniemi

Jessica

The Secret Life of the American Musical, Jack Viertel
HHhH, Laurent Binet, translated by Sam Taylor
The Art of Fielding, Chad Harbach
Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel

Diana

Boy, Roald Dahl
(also kind of Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel)
(he’s probably already read Nation, by Terry Pratchett but just in case)
To Say Nothing of the Dog, Connie Willis
Lock In or Old Man’s War or Redshirts, John Scalzi

Elizabeth

Riveted or The Kraken King, Meljean Brook
An Inheritance of Ashes, Leah Bobet
The Long Goodbye, Raymond Chandler
Richard Armitage reading the audiobooks of Georgette Heyer

Snapple Alex

Alex’s Father

The Only Rule Is It Has to Work, Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller
Big Trouble, Dave Barry
Born to Run, Bruce Springsteen (which I assume your dad already has!)
something by Stephen Fry, perhaps The Hippopotamus

Alex’s Mother

Tarcutta Wake, Josephine Rowe
The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern
Hand-Drawn Jokes for Smart Attractive People, Matthew Diffee
2016 Best American Magazine Writing

Angelique

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt
Agent Garbo, Stephen Talty
American Revolutions, Alan Taylor
The Lost City of Z, David Grann
Under the Banner of Heaven, Jon Krakauer

Get at me on Twitter, email the podcast, and friend me (Gin Jenny) and Whiskey Jenny on Goodreads. Or if you wish, you can find us on iTunes (and if you enjoy the podcast, give us a good rating! We appreciate it very very much).

Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.71: What We’re Thankful For, and Brit Bennett’s The Mothers

Happy Wednesday, team, and happy early Thanksgiving to all the Americans! This is our sad and subdued post-election podcast in which we nevertheless try to find things to be thankful for. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Ask us for our gift book recommendations over at the Holiday Gift Guide! We’ll be giving out recs on the podcast that airs on December 14th, so hurry and get your requests in!

Here’s my tweetstorm about how to be a good ally.

What We’re Reading

Tarcutta Wake, Josephine Rowe
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg
Crooked Kingdom, Leigh Bardugo
The Wangs vs. the World, Jade Chang
Multiple Choice, Alejandro Zambra

(but not The Revolutionaries Try Again)

What We’re Thankful For

My Dad Wrote a Porno podcast
“Seriously,” by Sara Bareilles; performed by Leslie Odom, Jr.
the NBC show The Good Place
Writers I’m grateful for: Ijeoma Iluo, Ann Friedman, Gene Demby, Kat Chow, Wesley Morris, Wesley Lowery, Mychal Denzel Smith, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and Alexandra Petri (“Five Stages of Trump Grief”)

They Can’t Kill Us All, Wesley Lowery
The Reactionary Mind, Corey Robin
The Power Broker, Robert Caro
13th, dir. Ava DuVernay
The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander

Trump 2.0 Syllabus and Rape Culture Syllabus from Public Books

Watership Down, Richard Adams
Persepolis, Marjane Satrapi
Gifted, dir. Marc Webb (heartwarming trailer here)
Station Eleven, Emily St. John Mandel

The Mothers, Brit Bennett

After recording the podcast, I found this article where Brit Bennett says she doesn’t want her writing career to be about translating black pain to white audiences. So hey, the thing I liked about this book was a thing she specifically set out to do. Yay!

Additional podcast note: Whiskey Jenny has told me several times that even if she’s dead for five years, it’s not okay by her for me to get with her grieving boyfriend/fiance/husband. We had this discussion when we were watching Arrow together, because I felt that Oliver was being totally unreasonable to object to Laurel dating Tommy. I told Whiskey Jenny she can feel free to get with my person if I have been dead for five years. We differ on this point.

ETA: Mallory Ortberg kind of ruled on this in a recent Dear Prudence column.

(If it helps, I once had a weeks-long, only-sort-of-joking quarrel with a partner about how long each of us should wait for the other if we were lost at sea, so I know the pain of getting suckered into an argument about something that will probably never happen but feels deathly important. The correct answer, by the way, is a baseline six months out of respect/odds of a miraculous ocean rescue, plus one additional week of waiting for every month of the relationship’s duration.)

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep. 70: Funny Books and Dirk Gently

It’s super weird listening to this podcast (that’s why I’m posting it late) because Whiskey Jenny and I were so young and innocent when we recorded this. Now we are old and sad. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Ask us for our gift book recommendations over at the Holiday Gift Guide! Fill out the form by November 30th, and we’ll be giving out recs on the podcast that airs on December 14th.

What We’re Reading

Do You Want to Start a Scandal, Tessa Dare
Acute Reactions, Ruby Lang
The Secret Heart, Erin Satie
Integrity, Willow Scarlett
Crooked Kingdom, Leigh Bardugo (both of us!)
Gotham Academy, vol.2

Funny Books

Big Trouble, Dave Barry
Island of the Sequined Love Nun, Christopher Moore
The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove, Christopher Moore
Catch-22, Joseph Heller
Roald Dahl
My Man Jeeves, P. G. Wodehouse
Inherent Vice, Thomas Pynchon
One Plus One, Jojo Moyes
Where’d You Go Bernadette, Maria Semple

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, Douglas Adams

For Next Time

The Mothers, Brit Bennett

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.69: An SF Starter Pack and an SF Game

Renay joins us from Fangirl Happy Hour to advise me and Whiskey Jenny about what SF to start with. She has ten recommendations and they are all (we’re confident) gold. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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What We’re Reading

The Weather of the Future, Heidi Cullen
Rain: A Natural and Cultural History, Cynthia Barnett
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg
The Shining, Stephen King
Death: An Oral History, Casey Jarman
Gotham Academy, Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, Karl Kerschl

the logo on the shirt I’m going to buy, in the fullness of time:

coexistSFF Starter Pack

World War Z, Max Brooks
Old Man’s War, John Scalzi
Zoo City, Lauren Beukes
The Girl Thing Who Went Out for Sushi, Pat Cadigan
Spin, Robert Charles Wilson
The Killing Moon, N. K. Jemisin
Binti, Nnedi Okorafor
Mars Evacuees, Sophia McDougall
Larklight, Philip Reeve and David Wyatt
Karen Memory, Elizabeth Bear

What We Read for This Week

The Girl Thing Who Went Out for Sushi, Pat Cadigan
“The Screwfly Solution,” James Tiptree Jr.

What We’re Reading Next Time

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, Douglas Adams

You can find Renay at Lady Business, Fangirl Happy Hour, and on Twitter. Get at me on Twitter, email the podcast, and friend me (Gin Jenny) and Whiskey Jenny on Goodreads. Or if you wish, you can find us on iTunes (and if you enjoy the podcast, give us a good rating! We appreciate it very very much).

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep. 68: Sea or Space, Lone Wolves, and Zoraida Cordova’s Labyrinth Lost

Another Wednesday, and proper fall still has not come to Louisiana. Luckily I had podcast editing to take my mind off it. Whiskey Jenny says to please apologize to you all for her slight audible congestion; she was fighting off a very bad cough throughout recording and managed valiantly, all things considered. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Peter Freuchen’s appearance on The 64,000 Question

What We’re Reading

The Fade-Out, Ed Brubaker,
The Hairdresser of Harare, Tendai Huchu
Mapping the Heavens: The Radical Scientific Ideas That Reveal the Cosmos, Priyamvada Natarajan

Lone Wolves

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, Holly Black
The Big Sleep (et al), Raymond Chandler
The Spellman Files (et al), Lisa Lutz
The Cuckoo’s Calling (et al), Robert Galbraith
The Thief (et al), Megan Whalen Turner
No Country for Old Men, Cormac McCarthy

Picaresques (ugh)

Huck Finn, Mark Twain
Eva Luna, Isabel Allende
Slaughterhouse Five, Kurt Vonnegut
One Hundred Years of Solitude, Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Vanity Fair, William Makepeace Thackeray
Confederacy Dunces, John Kennedy Toole

Labyrinth Lost, Zoraida Cordova

Labyrinth Lost

For next time: “The Screwfly Solution,” by James Tiptree Jr. and “The Girl-Thing Who Went Out for Sushi,” by Pat Cadigan

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep. 67: Literary Team-Ups and Six of Crows

Happy Wednesday, friends! A packed podcast for you this week, with listener mail and a polar explorers update and much talk of heists, team-ups, and old-time fictional Amsterdam in Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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What We’re Reading

The Swan Riders, Erin Bow
The Good House, Tananarive Due
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg
Bel Canto, Ann Patchett

Literary Team-Ups

Fingersmith, Sarah Waters (still not convinced about this one)
The Lord of the Rings, J. R. R. Tolkien
Much Ado about Nothing, William Shakespeare (ditto)
A Candle for St. Jude, Rumer Godden
The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt
Saga, Brian Vaughn and Fiona Staples
Hawkeye, Matt Fraction and David Aja (plus other artists)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, JK Rowling
The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas
All Creatures Great and Small (et seq), James Herriot
Street of the Five Moons (et seq), Elizabeth Peters

Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo

Podcast Recs

Books on the Nightstand
Fangirl Happy Hour
Get Booked
Grantland Podcasts
Still Processing
The Watch
Song Exploder
99% Invisible
Harmontown
You Must Remember This

If you want to make audiobook/podcast recommendations for my friend Kim (who is going through a hard time), here’s the post where you can do it!

For Next Time: Labyrinth Lost, Zoraida Cordova

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.66: Fall Book Review and Rumaan Alam’s Rich and Pretty

Happy Wednesday and please enjoy this very special edition of the Reading the End Bookcast, in which Whiskey Jenny and I were in THE SAME ROOM AT THE SAME TIME. You can pretty much hear the giddiness in our voices. Podcasting with Whiskey Jenny is always great, but it is double great when we’re in the same place.

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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What We’re Reading

One Plus One, Jojo Moyes
Blue Lily, Lily Blue, Maggie Stiefvater
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg
Graceling, Kristin Cashore

Fire, Kristin Cashore
Bitterblue, Kristin Cashore

Summer Books

June, Miranda Beverley-Whittemore
Everybody’s Fool, Richard Russo
Barkskins, Annie Proulx
City of Mirrors, Justin Cronin
Shrill, Lindy West
Places No One Knows,
Brenna Yovanoff
The Sudden Appearance of Hope, Claire North
Invisible Man, Got the Whole World Watching, Mychal Denzel Smith
The Fire This Time, edited by Jesmyn Ward

Fall Books

The Revolutionaries Try Again, Mauro Javier Cardenas
Everfair, Nisi Shawl
Angel Catbird, Margaret Atwood and Johnnie Christmas
Float, Anne Carson
Today Will Be Different, Maria Semple

(We have not been podcasting for four years. We have been podcasting for three. Calm down, Jennys.)

The Singing Bones, Shaun Tan
Cul de Sac, Robert Repino
They Can’t Kill Us All: The Story of #blacklivesmatter, Wesley Lowery
One Hundred Nights of Hero, Isabel Greenberg
Swing Time, Zadie Smith

Rich and Pretty, Rumaan Alam

Ha, I didn’t get Whiskey Jenny to beta-listen to this, and I failed at editing in one place. Please forgive me. You will hear Whiskey Jenny saying “Wavefoooooorms.”

In re: Sarah’s fancy meal throwing-together, these are two conversations I had with Alexis in the time between recording this podcast and posting it. So I think my point is proven.

alexis: for what i call $60 mac and cheese i use black diamond cheddar, gruyere, and brie
it is omfgood

me: hahahahaha oh man
that sounds soooo tasty
do you have a recipe?

alexis: …no

me: of course not

alexis: but i actually do not make a roux for it. i just grate cheese over the al dente pasta and top off with some cream
also, crawfish has the necessary salinity to stand up to mac and cheese; is very good combo
i’ll eat lobster mac but it’s kind of bs

AND:

Alexis: i grilled a store bought mozarella arepa and shrimp in a citrus pepper marinade + avocado, tomato, cilantro, chili

me: was this a recipe? the marinade and such?

Alexis: nah i just squeezed an orange, lime half, two gloves garlic minced, glug of olive oil, some of this aji pepper paste

For next time:

Six of Crows, Leigh Bardugo

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.65: Best Eras in History and Charles Burns’s Black Hole

Happy Wednesday, all! If your question was “will Gin Jenny find a way to scream about Star Wars Rebels on podcast even though it’s not a TV-show-related podcast?” the answer is (of course) yes. Watch Star Wars Rebels! You will definitely not regret it!

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What We’re Reading

To the Secretary: Leaked Embassy Cables and America’s Foreign Policy Disconnect, Mary Thompson-Jones
Star Wars Rebels (okay this I am watching BUT IT IS REALLY GOOD)
Brooklyn, Colm Tóibín
City on Fire, Garth Risk Hallberg

Night Watch, Sarah Waters
Farthing, Jo Walton
Life after Life, Kate Atkinson
Love Lessons, Joan Wyndham
Fingersmith, Sarah Waters
The Scarlet Pimpernel, Baroness Orczy
The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas
Girl Waits with Gun, Amy Stewart
The Sisters Brothers, Patrick deWitt
On Agate Hill, Lee Smith

THE AMERICAN GIRLS BOOKS WERE SO GREAT

The Secret Book of Grazia dei Rossi, Jacqueline Park

Black Hole, Charles Burns

That thing about needles in cinemas was (surprise, surprise) an urban legend. Snopes! Also, apparently people are still saying it? Oh, world.

For next time

Rich and Pretty, Rumaan Alam

Rec from listener: The Intern’s Handbook, Shane Kuhn

Get at me on Twitter, email the podcast, and friend me (Gin Jenny) and Whiskey Jenny on Goodreads. Or if you wish, you can find us on iTunes (and if you enjoy the podcast, give us a good rating! We appreciate it very very much).

Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep. 64: Books We Want More Of and The Regional Office Is Under Attack

Happy Wednesday, everyone! Thanks so much to everyone who’s asked about flooding in Louisiana and checked in to see if I’m okay. My bit of the state’s totally fine, so it’s just lots of worry and hug-sending to the people in places where water was several feet deep.

Anyway! So now it is podcast day! I included a cut at the end of the podcast so y’all can witness THIS phenomenon, which is very real:

You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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What We’re Reading

Beautiful Ruins, Jess Walter
The Veins of the Ocean, Patricia Engel
Even in Paradise, Elizabeth Nunez

Hex, Thomas Olde Heuvelt

Books We Desire Sequels To

The Night Circus, Erin Morgenstern
The Hilary Tamar mysteries, Sarah Caudwell
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer, Lish McBride
Casson Family series, Hilary McKay
Binny for Short, Hilary McKay
Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, Ben Fountain
Redeployment, Phil Klay
Peas and Carrots, Tanita Davis
Genius, Marc Bernardin, Adam Freeman, and Afua Richardson
Inherent Vice, Thomas Pynchon
Emma, Alexander McCall Smith

News:

Sad news: Vin Diesel is the candyass, but everything’s fine now hopefully.

The Regional Office Is Under Attack, Manuel Gonzales

For next time: Black Hole, Charles Burns

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Credits
Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour

Reading the End Bookcast, Ep.63: Ilvermorny, Too Many Sequels, and Father’s Day

I know y’all had given us up for dead but the triumphal return of the Reading the End Bookcast has finally arrived! Whiskey Jenny and I return to talk about that whole Harry Potter / magic in America debacle, then to discuss authors who can’t leave their fictional worlds behind. We review (finally) Simon van Booy’s Father’s Day, and we answer a burning question from listener Ashley. You can listen to the podcast in the embedded player below or download the file directly here to take with you on the go.

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Note: We experienced so many technical difficulties in the making of this podcast that we began to entertain the possibility that the podcast was cursed. If the audio sounds weird at all, that’ll be why.

SHOW NOTES

Upload of Anne of Green Gables is pending. I did not get a chance to scan it yet! Sorryyyyyyyy.

What We’re Reading

My Holiday in North Korea, Wendy Simmons
Bangkok Tattoo, John Burdett
BUT NOT CITY ON FIRE

Here are a couple of links about the problems with the Pottermore history of American magic (one, two, three).

Interview with the Vampire, Anne Rice
The Vampire Lestat,
Anne Rice
Queen of the Damned, Anne Rice
The Charioteer, Mary Renault
Bridget Jones: Mad about the Boy, Helen Fielding
Ender series, Orson Scott Card
Anne of Green Gables (et seq.), L. M. Montgomery
Harry Potter series, JK Rowling
The Three Musketeers (et seq.), Alexandre Dumas
Amelia Peabody series, Elizabeth Peters
Stephanie Plum series, Janet Evanovich
Life and Death (i.e., genderswapped Twilight), Stephenie Meyer
Gray, E. L. James

Featured Book

Father’s Day, Simon van Vooy

Reading for Next Time

The Regional Office Is Under Attack, Manuel Gonzales

Get at me on Twitter, email the podcast, and friend me (Gin Jenny) and Whiskey Jenny on Goodreads. Or if you wish, you can find us on iTunes (and if you enjoy the podcast, give us a good rating! We appreciate it very very much).

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Producer: Captain Hammer
Photo credit: The Illustrious Annalee
Theme song by: Jessie Barbour