Arts & Culture
Brad Meltzer Makes History Just As Thrilling As His Other Bestsellers
The acclaimed Mystery and Thriller author talks about the natural intrigue of the secret plot to kill George Washington and how it reinforces his work on heroes and the nature of heroism. Read now
Arts & Culture
Journalist Jon Ronson's Look Into The Last Days of Porn Star August Ames Is Not What You Think
The creator of Audible Original 'The Butterfly Effect' and 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed' explains how a tragedy that seemed like a clear intersection of the porn industry and social media pile-ons became something else entirely. Read now
The Ultimate Audiobook Gift Guide for Everyone on Your Holiday List
Solve the annual shopping puzzle with these crowd-pleasing listens. Read now
The Listening Life
Are We Born to Run? Audio Veteran Peter Sagal Says It's Not Just Physical
Peter Sagal, host of NPR's 'Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me', has poured his years as a runner into his new book, ‘The Incomplete Book About Running,’ and what stands are insightful stories and a powerful message as he goes both funny and deep. Read now
Arts & Culture
What If The Universe Made Authors Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera Collaborate Just To Make Us Happy?
These two rockstar YA authors share how they came together to write ‘What if It’s Us’ and what it’s like to have their dream cast bring it to life in audio. Read now
Arts & Culture
Oyinkan Braithwaite's Buzzy Debut Thriller 'My Sister, The Serial Killer' Is To Die For
This multi-talented young author shares how her darkly comedic breakout thriller about a pair of interesting Nigerian sisters came to life and why it soars in audio. Read now
Arts & Culture
Find Out Why Anonymous Literary Sensation Atticus Says The Rise Of Instagram Poetry Is Something To Celebrate
The young poet who's helped make writing in verse cool again tells Editor Kat why it's a gateway to other literature, why his "mosaic of failures" is important, and why the mask may never come off. Read now