Arts & Culture
John Scalzi on Hidden History, British Sci-Fi, and More Listens He Loves
From space action to noir heaven, the sci-fi master reveals five must-hear gems in Audible Plus. Read now
'Block Seventeen' Chases the Shadows of an Ugly Chapter in American History
Kimiko Guthrie's debut novel uses her own family's experience in Japanese American internment camps during WWII to address a generation of supressed memories through one woman's quest to uncover the truth. Read now
Unlikely Heroines
Sometimes the woman at the center of the story may not seem like heroine material at first glance. Read now
Jonathan Yanez Lives for the "What If?"
Eight years after he quit his job and cashed in his 401(k), Jonathan Yanez is one of the most prolific Latinx sci-fi writers today. Read now
'Mexican Gothic' Shines a Beautiful Light on Dark Horror
Author Silvia Moreno-Garcia weaves both joyous and troubling themes from Mexican culture and history throughout her new horror novel, 'Mexican Gothic.' Read now
6 True Stories of American Injustice
From a variety of perspectives come the heartbreaking details of hardship and hard time served because of institutional corruption and systemic racism in our criminal justice system. These are the voices fighting for equity. Read now
'Compete to Create' Your Best Self
NFL coach Pete Carroll and Dr. Michael Gervais, a high performance psychologist, team up to help you find your guiding philosophy to reach your fullest potential. Read now