Camp ToB 2021 is officially in session! This week, we’re discussing the first half of Patricia Lockwood’s No One Is Talking About This.
If you also sometimes think of books as vaccines, you’re in the right place. Vote now for the books you want to see at Camp ToB ‘21!
The shortlist, judges, and Zombie poll for the 2021 Tournament of Books, presented by Field Notes.
In preparation for the 2021 Tournament of Books, presented by Field Notes, here are 77 of the most Rooster-worthy books of 2020.
Coming this October to a lockdown near you, all the winners from the Tournament of Books compete for a prize 16 years in the making: the Super Rooster, presented by Bookshop.
We’ve reached our final discussion of the summer—and it’s time for you to vote on our August matchup.
This week at Camp ToB we begin discussing our final book of the summer—wait, really, already?—Weather by Jenny Offill.
This week, we’re discussing the second half of Lily King’s Writers & Lovers. (Beware: Every possible spoiler is ahead!)
Two months down, one to go. Welcome to August at Camp ToB 2020, where we’re discussing the first half of Writers & Lovers by Lily King.
We’re wrapping up our July reading with the conclusion of Such a Fun Age. Then it’s your turn to decide which of this month’s book heads to our end-of-summer finale.
Three books down, three to go. We’re on to the back half of Camp ToB 2020, as we begin our second July read: Kiley Reid’s debut novel, Such a Fun Age.
This week we’re discussing the second half of Louise Erdrich’s The Night Watchman—shockers, spoilers, and all.