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This week, Kathryn Schulz and Sam Anderson discuss the new novel “IQ84” by Haruki Murakami; Harvey Araton on the glory days of the New York Knicks, as described in his book, “When the Garden Was Eden”; and we bid a farewell to the Book Review’s best-seller columnist, Jennifer Schuessler. Sam Tanenhaus is the host.

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This week: Louisa Thomas on her book, “Conscience,” and World War I pacifism; Katie Roiphe on Pamela Haag’s “Marriage Confidential”; Julie Bosman with notes from the field; and Jennifer Schuessler with best-seller news. Sam Tanenhaus, the editor of the Book Review, is the host.

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This week, Sam Tanenhaus hosts his last installment of the Book Review Podcast. There will be champagne. Guests include Pamela Paul, his successor as editor of the Book Review and host of the podcast, and past contributors.

Building off of on some of my favorite books that cover branding and digital marketing-related topics/issues, here are my top three all-time favorites to conclude the book review.Each week, Pamela Paul, the editor of the Book Review, talks to authors, editors and critics about new books, the literary scene and current best sellers. The downloadable audio files are in mp3 format; instructions for subscribing to the podcast are below. In order to pass the Editorial quality test for your book review, simply follow the below mentioned guidelines:
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This week, editors at the Book Review discuss the year’s best books; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Matthew Schneier discusses facial hair and a treatise on men’s style; Bee Wilson talks about “First Bite”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host. Of the 1500+ titles a month received, about half (750) get assigned, and only around 450+ getreviewed. That's about 1/3 of the total submitted. And even then it is a significantly higherpercentage of books sent, to books reviewed, than is the case with any other Book Review Iknow of.