Kiera Cass Lets Her Characters Take the Reins in 'The Betrothed'
Kiera Cass, author of the internationally best-selling The Selection series, transports us once again with 'The Betrothed,' a royal love story dripping with Tudor-inspired intrigue. Read now
Why 'The End of My Heart' is Close to Diane Kruger's Heart
Actor and narrator Diane Kruger connects with 'New York Times' best-selling author Gayle Forman's rich historical drama, 'The End of My Heart.' Read now
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Voices of Audible: Racial Justice Listening
Audible staff around the world share the listens that are helping us process and reflect on the state of racial and social justice. Read now
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Queer Like Us: A Conversation with the Queer Newark Oral History Project
Audible editor Michael Collina speaks to the Queer Newark Oral History Project about the power and importance of preserving queer voices. Read now
Ottessa Moshfegh Revels in the Mystery of Self-Discovery in 'Death in Her Hands'
Otessa Moshfegh, author of 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation' and 'Eileen,' examines the courage it takes to look into the past in her metaphysical suspense novel, 'Death in Her Hands.' Read now
'It's About Damn Time' You Get to Know Arlan Hamilton
Find out why the memoir from trailblazer Arlan Hamilton — a Black queer woman unapologetically owning the venture capital space — is exactly the playbook for resilience we need right now. Read now
Arts & Culture
On Teenaged Hope, the Cynicism Trap, and The Diary of a Young Girl
In honor of what would have been Anne Frank's 91st birthday, editor Alanna McAuliffe revisits The Diary of a Young Girl and reflects on how hope is not an unrealistic ideal of youth, but a necessity for enduring life's darkest moments. Read now