'Billie Was a Black Woman' Complexifies the Legendary Jazz Artist Who Was Ahead of Her Time
Rebecca Carroll's new Audible Original podcast challenges stereotypes set against Black women and Black bodies through the lens of Billie Holiday's extraordinary, tumultuous, and beautiful life. Read now
Mary-Louise Parker Reprises One of Her Most Challenging Roles in 'The Sound Inside'
The award-winning performer stars in Adam Rapp's Tony-nominated play as they translate it to an audio-only experience. Read now
Qui-Gon Jinn: A Star Wars Character Guide
One of the most wholly unique characters in the Star Wars universe, Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn operated on his own moral code and the will of the Living Force, even if they contradicted the decisions of the Jedi High Council. Read now
Illuminating Family Secrets in 'A Phở Love Story'
When Loan Le set out to write her debut novel about two Vietnamese American teens falling in love, she knew their complex family dynamics would be at the center of the story. Read now
The Best Audiobooks to Listen to Your Favorite Comics and Graphic Novels
From audio versions of your favorite comics to immersive graphic audio and revealing memoirs from inside the industry, there's something on this list for every flavor of comic book fan. Read now
Amor Towles's Characters Surprise Him in 'The Didomenico Fragment'
From a collection of his own experiences, the best-selling author of 'A Gentleman in Moscow' and 'Rules of Civility' crafts a story about a man on a mission to find a missing fragment of a masterpiece, performed by six-time Emmy winner John Lithgow. Read now