What Rebecca Carroll of ‘Billie Was a Black Woman’ Is Listening to Now
The podcast host and cultural critic reveals the standout listens in her Audible library. Read now
'The Lost Apothecary' Brews a Secret Sisterhood of Revenge
Sarah Penner intoxicates with her debut novel about a mysterious apothecary who supports oppressed women of 18th-century London through sinister means. Read now
Ken Liu Writes Because Storytelling Is What Makes Us Human
With 'The Armies of Those I Love,' the award-winning sci-fi and fantasy writer illustrates how the stories passed between generations can become our mythology. Read now
Why Nnedi Okorafor Keeps Coming Back to Coming-of-Age Stories
The Nebula- and Hugo Award-winning writer traces a young heroine’s discovery of her terrifying powers in ‘Remote Control,’ a new sci-fi novella that expands on Okorafor’s signature themes. Read now
Mark Greaney's The Gray Man Zeroes In on the Details
Packed with heart-pounding realism and deep research, ‘Relentless’ ups the ante on the action in the writer’s best-selling Gray Man series. Read now
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Voices of Audible: Celebrating Black Poetry
Audible staff share what poets and poetry mean to them in celebration of Black History Month. Read now
When Audio Is a Portal to Other Realms
As escaping the confines of reality sounds more and more appealing, audiobooks about lucid dreaming, astral projection, and other mystical states are proliferating. Read now