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Claudia Kishi Rules
Our guest editor shares the lasting impression of one integral Baby-Sitters Club character who became an early role model for an entire generation of young Asian Americans. Read now
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The Scrunchies That Bind Us: Eight Women Talk About the Lasting Influence of The Baby-Sitters Club
With this deeply engaging audio essay editor Rachel Smalter Hall explores the lure of the iconic Ann M. Martin series and babysitting in general. Read now
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Getting To The Heart Of The Matter With 'Heart of Darkness'
College student and Audible scholar Ama Hagan confronts a controversial work about Africa and its deep impact on her. Read now
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Carla Grauls' 'Life Ever After' Shows Relationships Will Always Matter More Than Tech
With her audio play Life Ever After, Carla Grauls set out to explore transhumanism and what it means to really be human as we use technology enhance/augment human intellect and physiology. Read now
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Discovering The Baby-Sitters Club As An Adult
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Chisa Hutchinson's Audio Play 'Proof of Love' Finds The Nuances In Writing About Love, Black People, And Class
The first playwright from Audible’s Emerging Playwrights Fund to hit the stage, Chisa Hutchinson discusses the complicated issues she tackled and how fun it was to work in a new format. Read now
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Katelyn Ohashi and How a 'Twisted' System Can Corrupt So Much
Elite gymnast Katelyn Ohashi spoke with the authors of ‘Twisted: The Story of Larry Nassar and the Women Who Took Him Down’ about how gymnasts have been subjected to mental trauma and a toxic culture. Read now