Bookkake on the BBC

Bokkake’s publisher, James Bridle (me), was on BBC Radio’s Pods and Blogs last week, for a books special. We talked about publishing, ebooks and the future, alongside a number of other interesting parties including The Mousehunter Alex Milway, Joshua Rothass of 140Story and Stephen Ely, editor of The Escape Pod. The best bit, for me, was hearing Jamillah say “bookkake” on national radio, but I’m easily pleased.

If you’re interested in the business of books, and their future, it’s definitely worth a listen. You can download it here, or listen, right here:

Posted November 18, 2008 by James Bridle. Comments (2)
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  1. Brilliant, James. Now if only you can get Jamillah to explain the origin of “bookkake…”

    # by Supervert, November 18, 2008

  2. yes, i did a double-take, aurally-speaking, when I heard that on the pods and blogs podcast, which was great btw. “Surely they can’t mean…that!” I thought to myself!

    # by naruwan, November 28, 2008

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