Arts & Culture
Discovering The Baby-Sitters Club As An Adult
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Arts & Culture
Chisa Hutchinson's Audio Play 'Proof of Love' Finds The Nuances In Writing About Love, Black People, And Class
The first playwright from Audible’s Emerging Playwrights Fund to hit the stage, Chisa Hutchinson discusses the complicated issues she tackled and how fun it was to work in a new format. Read now
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Katelyn Ohashi and How a 'Twisted' System Can Corrupt So Much
Elite gymnast Katelyn Ohashi spoke with the authors of ‘Twisted: The Story of Larry Nassar and the Women Who Took Him Down’ about how gymnasts have been subjected to mental trauma and a toxic culture. Read now
The Listening Life
7 Ways You Can Enjoy The Baby-Sitters Club
Editor Katie O'Connor shares some of the easiest ways to get into the iconic series that's now in audio. Read now
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Pulitzer Prize-Winner Colson Whitehead's 'The Nickel Boys' Uses Fiction To Confront A Tragic Past
Colson Whitehead shares why he was called to examine the horrific activities in one Florida reform school through the eyes of a young black boy in his follow-up to the award-winning ‘Underground Railroad.’ Read now
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E L James's Latest Novel May Have Shades Of Her Hit Series But Goes In A New Direction
The bestselling author of the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ series is exploring new ground with her first new love story since she exploded onto the scene. Read now
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Ocean Vuong Takes His Gorgeous Writing From Poems To His Debut Novel
Award-winning poet Ocean Vuong expounds on the complex themes of his deeply moving novel, ‘On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous’, touching on masculine identity, concepts of family, drug use, and more. Read now