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How to Listen to the Book Review Podcast

Each week on The New York Times Book Review’s podcast, the Book Review’s editor, Pamela Paul, speaks with authors, critics and Times reporters about the latest releases and news in the literary world. Here’s how to listen:

From a desktop or laptop, you can listen by pressing play on the button at the top of each podcast article.

Or if you’re on a mobile device, the instructions below will help you find and subscribe to the series.

1. Open your podcast app. It’s a pre-loaded app called “Podcasts” with a purple icon.

2. Search for the series. Tap on the “search” magnifying glass icon at the bottom of the screen, type in “Inside The New York Times Book Review” and select it from the list of results.

3. Subscribe. Once on the series page, tap on the “subscribe” button to have new episodes sent to your phone free. You may want to adjust your notifications to be alerted when a new episode arrives.

4. Or just sample. If you would rather listen to an episode or two before deciding to subscribe, just tap on the episode title from the list on the series page. If you have an internet connection, you’ll be able to stream the episode.

On your Android phone or tablet:

1. Open your podcast app. It’s a pre-loaded app called “Play Music” with an orange-and-yellow icon.

2. Search for the series. Click on the magnifying glass icon at the top of the screen, search for the name of the series, and select it from the list of results. You might have to scroll down to find the “Podcasts” search results.

3. Subscribe. Once on the series page, click on the word “subscribe” to have new episodes sent to your phone for free.

4. Or just sample. If you would rather listen to an episode or two before deciding to subscribe, just click on the episode title from the list on the series page. If you have an internet connection, you’ll be able to stream the episode.

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