Why reading romance might just be what men need; Amazon's first U.S. warehouse union

Why reading romance might just be what men need; Amazon's first U.S. warehouse union

By NPR

Here & Now Anytime

Friday, 1 April

Many people may assume that romance novels are exclusively for women. But one study found 18% of romance readers are men. "The Bromance Book Club" author Lyssa Kay Adams joins us along with Jason Rogers, who started his own real-life bromance book club. And, for the first time, workers at an Amazon warehouse have voted to unionize. The historic election was on Staten Island in New York. Stephan Bisaha, wealth and poverty reporter for Gulf States Newsroom, joins us.
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