Jimmy Carter at 'His Very Best'
Best-selling author and journalist Jonathan Alter analyzes the life and actions of Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the United States and Nobel Prize-winning humanitarian. Read now
Alan Alda and Journalist Kate Rope Unearth a Hidden History of American Medicine
Beloved actor and science enthusiast Alan Alda teamed up with award-winning journalist Kate Rope to uncover the story of the largely unkown Vietnam-era Doctor Draft, which paved the way for some of the greatest medical breakthroughs in our country's history. Read now
'Call Me Maybe' Embraces the Particular Joy of a Long-Distance Meet-Cute
Awarded Audible's best romance of 2020, Cara Bastone's 'Call Me Maybe' intimately portrays the depths of the audio experience in this story about two people who fall in love over the phone. Read now
No Full Moon Needed: The Best Werewolf Series to Listen to Right Now
From steamy romances to action packed sagas, these are the best werewolf audiobook series to listen to right now. Read now
Painting an Audio Portrait of 'Fauci'
Journalist Michael Specter discusses crafting an immersive biography of Dr. Anthony Fauci exclusively for the audio format. Read now
Angie Thomas on Tupac, Honoring Young Black Men, and What’s Next
The author of 'The Hate U Give' and 'On the Come Up' pays tribute to the experience of Black manhood with 'Concrete Rose,' a prequel about Maverick, one of her most beloved characters. Read now
Desus and Mero Talk Knowledge and Growth in the Land of Humor
The hosts of the 'Bodega Boys' podcast and the hit self-titled Showtime series share why writing and recording 'God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx' was the perfect evolution for them and their fandom, a.k.a. the Bodega Hive. Read now