Fully Booked by Kirkus Reviews

Investigative journalist Christopher Goffard's stories grab you, shake you, and don't let go. On this week's Fully Booked, Goffard joins Clay and Megan to discuss Dirty John and Other True Stories of Outlaws and Outsiders, "a collection of swift-flowing pieces about outliers, liars, victims, and victimizer" (Kirkus) whose unforgettable titular tale inspired a megapopular podcast and Bravo TV show. Nonfiction editor Eric Liebetrau rounds out the hour with continuing coverage of the Best Books of 2018.

Fully Booked by Kirkus Reviews
00:53:56 12/17/2018

Past Episodes

On this episode of Fully Booked, American housewife, humorist, professional poker player, and native Alabaman Helen Ellis teaches Clay and Megan all about "Southern Lady Code" ("a technique by which, if you don't have something nice to say, you say something not so nice in a nice way") as they discuss her delightful, double-entendre-stuffed essay collection by the same name. Then our editors join with top picks in books this week.
00:49:10 4/15/2019
What happens when a Type A needs a plan B? Essayist and bookseller Mary Laura Philpott joins us on this week's episode for a funny and frank discussion of I Miss You When I Blink, a memoir-in-essays about reinvention, confirmation bias, and identity crisis at home and abroad. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:42:16 4/8/2019
Inspired by an invigorating walk in Italy, award-winning poet Ross Gay set an intention to write on delight each day for one year. He joins us on this week's "Rebels Issue" episode to discuss The Book of Delights, a collection of essays contending with the sweet and bitter of everyday life, from plants, animals, politics, and racism to pop music, dreams, and expressions of joy. And our editors offer their top picks in revolutionary books with the power to change hearts and minds.
00:54:14 4/1/2019
This week's episode is sponsored by Holiday House, publishers of Music for Mister Moon, a notable new picture book from Philip C. Stead and Erin E. Stead, the author and illustrator of 2011 Caldecott Medal Book A Sick Day for Amos McGee. Make sure to stay tuned for our intriguing interview with Erin E. Stead later in the podcast. In our lead interview, Margaret Leslie Davis joins Clay and Megan to discuss the most important book in the history of printing, the Gutenberg Bible. Her exciting new nonfiction, The Lost Gutenberg: The Astounding Story of One Book's Five-Hundred-Year Odyssey, chronicles one exceptional copy's various owners, including the boldest female book collector in American history. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
01:02:14 3/25/2019
This week's episode is sponsored by Holiday House, publishers of Music for Mister Moon, a notable new picture book from Philip C. Stead and Erin E. Stead, the author and illustrator of 2011 Caldecott Medal Book A Sick Day for Amos McGee. Make sure to stay tuned for our intriguing interview with Erin E. Stead later in the podcast. In our lead interview, Margaret Leslie Davis joins Clay and Megan to discuss the most important book in the history of printing, the Gutenberg Bible. Her exciting new nonfiction, The Lost Gutenberg: The Astounding Story of One Book's Five-Hundred-Year Odyssey, chronicles one exceptional copy's various owners, including the boldest female book collector in American history. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
01:02:14 3/25/2019
Former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara joins us on this week's episode to discuss Doing Justice: A Prosecutor's Thoughts on Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:56:08 3/18/2019
This week's Woman Episode is sponsored by Penguin Young Readers Group. Meet Laurie Halse Anderson (Speak), Stacey Lee, and Joy McCullough, three YA authors who look to the past to tend a feminist future, in our Woman Issue and online at Kirkus.com. Enter to win the Woman Issue Prize Pack, which includes an Away Luggage carry-on, IPad, Airpods and 4 feminist reads, here: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/contest/feminist-reads-prize-pack/. In our lead interview, meet Namwali Serpell, whose brilliant debut novel could be *the* big book of 2019. She joins us on this week's episode to discuss The Old Drift, the genre-bending tale of three generations of three Zambian families whose histories entwine in mysterious and magical ways. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:53:04 3/11/2019
This week's episode is sponsored by Scholastic. Check out the details in this week's episode about the giveaway contest Kirkus and Scholastic are doing for young adult writer Bill Konigsberg's latest novel, The Music of What Happens, plus our intriguing interview with Bill in this episode. And in our lead interview, we talk to Jacob Tobia. Life as a gender nonconforming person hasn't always been easy for Jacob Tobia, but it has come with a fair heap of fabulousness. On this week's podcast, the Los Angeles-based writer, producer, and performer joins us to discuss Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story, an incisive, sometimes fraught, often funny account of interrogating their identity and confronting gender-based trauma. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:58:14 3/4/2019
The incomparable Isaac Mizrahi - fashion designer, performer, talk show host, crossword puzzle aficionado, visionary - joins us on this week's episode to discuss his generous and funny new memoir, I.M. Then our editors join with their top picks in books this week.
00:58:44 2/25/2019
Acclaimed journalist Dave Cullen changed the way we think and talk about mass shootings with a definitive account of the 1999 Columbine massacre and its aftermath. On this week's Fully Booked, he joins us to discuss Parkland: Birth of a Movement, a heartbreaking and hopeful chronicle of the student-led revolution launched just hours after the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Our editors join later in the episode with their top picks in books this week.
01:05:41 2/18/2019

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