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Ride, Read, Discuss is a podcast hosted by Rosy and Hollie, the creators of Books on the Subway. Focussing on not only books, but powerful stories and making connections in New York City. Hear about everything from your favorite authors down to some of the weirdest experiences on the subway.

Ride, Read, Discuss is a podcast hosted by Rosy and Hollie, the creators of Books on the Subway. Focussing on not only books, but powerful stories and making connections in New York City. Hear about everything from your favorite authors down to some of the weirdest experiences on the subway.
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Ride, Read, Discuss is a podcast hosted by Rosy and Hollie, the creators of Books on the Subway. Focussing on not only books, but powerful stories and making connections in New York City. Hear about everything from your favorite authors down to some of the weirdest experiences on the subway.

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Chapter 15: Life, Love & Epilepsy

4/22/2019
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On Today's episode, we are joined by Alisa Kennedy Jones, blogger, public speaker and author of GOTHAM GIRL, INTERRUPTED: My Misadventures in Motherhood, Love and Epilepsy. We talk about how she coped with being diagnosed with epilepsy aged 40 and she shares some of her comedic stories about life with epilepsy as a single mother.

Duration:00:32:12

Chapter 14: A Woman Is No Man

4/15/2019
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On this week's episode we talk to Author of 'A Woman Is No Man' by Etaf Rum, a heart-wrenching story of love and courage in a strict Arab-American household. We talk about giving women voices and getting the courage to tell stories that have been buried.

Duration:00:37:51

Chapter 13: The Dreamers by Karen Walker Thompson

4/8/2019
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This week on the podcast we have NYT Bestselling author, Karen Walker Thompson. We discuss her latest book, which we read for our March #OffTheRailsBookClub, called The Dreamers.

Duration:00:26:53

Chapter 12: Going with the Flow

4/1/2019
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Irene Smit, co-founder and creative director of Flow Magazine, talks about how mindfulness impacted her and inspired the highly popular magazine, and how going back to basics and paper can help reset your mind.

Duration:00:23:09

Chapter 11: We "Ask A New Yorker"

3/25/2019
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Jake Dobkin, co-founder of the Gothamist and author of Ask A Native New Yorker talks to us about being a native NYer and answers questions we received from followers.

Duration:00:30:24

Chapter 10: Conversation with the founder of Subway Book Review

3/18/2019
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We talk to Uli Cohen, founder of Subway Book Review about the mission behind her project and making connections in the underground world.

Duration:00:35:40

Chapter 9: Hollie and Rosy meet Sara on the Subway

3/11/2019
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It's not just us trying to make the subway a more enjoyable ride. Meet Sara Baker, the creator of Sara on the Subway, a webisode series of conversations on the subway. Sara interviews women ages 5 to 95 about everything from confidence to everyday heroes.

Duration:00:33:38

Chapter 8: From One Podcast to Another

3/4/2019
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We talk to the women behind the awesome podcast: The Reading Women about how they got started, how they run such a popular podcast, their reading challenges, etc. Also we chat with another book finder!

Duration:00:30:34

Chapter 7: Discussing Friendships and Finding Books

2/25/2019
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We chat all things friendships with Kayleen Schaefer, author of Text Me When You Get Home. The book is our February pick for #offtherailsbookclub. We also talk to Salome, a book finder in NYC who found a book on the subway.

Duration:00:33:46

Chapter 6: New Erotica For Feminists

2/18/2019
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If you haven't heard about New Erotica For Feminists then you need to tune into today's episode, a sly and satirical take on all the things that turn feminists on. In this episode you'll get a glimpse into the daydreams of Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor and Carrie Wittmer. Their book imagines a world in which all erotica was written by feminists, including equal pay, a gender-balanced Congress, and Tom Hardy arriving at their doorstep to deliver a fresh case of LaCroix every...

Duration:00:25:32

Chapter 5: Morgan Jerkins talks being feminist in (white) America

2/11/2019
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Hollie & Rosy talk to author Morgan Jerkins about her book "This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female, and Feminist in (White) America". Morgan's Book Recommendations Blacks in Antiquity: Ethiopians in the Greco-Roman Experience by Frank M. Snowden Jr. Some Prefer Nettles by Junichiro Tanizaki Say it to God: In Search of Prayer: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2018 by Luigi Gioia Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls: A Memoir by T Kira...

Duration:00:33:01

Chapter 4: Dating & Doctors - Featuring Hannah Orenstein

2/4/2019
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On this week's episode, Hollie & Rosy talk to Hannah Orenstein dating editor at Elite Daily and the author of Playing with Matches. And you can get a look into Hollie's mind with her new "Best Bits" segment where she talks about the best bits of Adam Kay's book "This Is Going To Hurt". **Explicit Content** Books mentioned in this episode: Playing with Matches by Hannah Orenstein - https://amzn.to/2MJlUpa This is Going to Hurt by Adam Kay - https://amzn.to/2Bj0wCJ

Duration:00:27:00

Chapter 3: Miracle Village - A self-published novel inspired by Haiti

1/28/2019
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On this episode we speak to Nadjeda Estriplet, self-published author of Miracle Village. She discusses how her mission to Haiti inspired the setting for the book and how she self-published. As well as sharing lots of funny stories about the inspiration behind the characters. Books mentioned in this episode: Miracle Village - Nadjeda Estriplet https://www.amazon.com/Miracle-Village-Story-Nadjeda-Estriplet-ebook/dp/B07KDKGYS6 The Alchemist by Paulo...

Duration:00:25:33

Chapter 2: Ride. Read. Discuss. with Karah Preiss and 2 Book Finders

1/21/2019
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Are you familiar with Belletrist? On this episode Rosy and Hollie chat with Karah Preiss, co-founder of Belletrist, an online platform that celebrates great books and the people who read them, which she set up with actress and friend Emma Roberts. We're also talking to 2 book finders, Shannon and Sabeen, and getting their views on finding their first book on the subway, and how they feel about living and working in NYC. There's a ton of amazing book recommendations from this episode, so...

Duration:00:39:43

Chapter 1: Kelsey Manning of Scribner Books

1/14/2019
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In Episode 1 we chat with Kelsey Manning, Assistant Director of Marketing of Scribner Books and even have the table turned as she interviews us! You'll hear the backstory of how we met, how Books on the Subway came to be, and how an idea turned into a global book project. Thank you for listening and make sure to leave us a review on iTunes so other book lovers know there is a podcast for them!

Duration:00:34:55

Forward: Ride. Read. Discuss. -Trailer

12/21/2018
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Ride. Read. Discuss. is a new podcast created in collaboration between the creators of Books on The Subway and Gotham Podcast Studio. It is sure to be a great literary experience with some engaging conversation about books, NYC stories and much more. Join us for season one of Ride. Read. Discuss. and please share with your friends who would enjoy. Music: https://www.purple-planet.com Recorded at: Gotham Podcast Studio Produced and Edited by: Gotham Podcast Studio Hosts: Hollie and...

Duration:00:02:02