'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
Michael Lewis’s ‘Playing to Win’ Is a Game-Changing Look at Youth Sports
Like countless other American parents, Michael Lewis only wanted what was best for his daughters when the family devoted everything to the girls' softball program. Years later, the best-selling author of 'Moneyball' and 'The Big Short' looks back at the youth sports industrial complex with clear eyes. Read now