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Claire Adam's Debut Novel 'Golden Child' Shows That No Person Is An Island, Even When Living On One
Debut author Claire Adam talks about the power of books, complicated family dynamics, and how her debut novel, 'Golden Child,' set on a Caribbean Island and centered on a poor but proud family, resonates with people from all walks of life. Read now
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Kristen Roupenian's New Short Story Collection Delivers On The Promise Of Her 'Cat Person' Success
The author of the most talked-about short story of 2018 discusses the furor that surrounded it and all she’s learned leading into the narration of her new collection, ‘You Know You Want This.’ Read now
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Kerri Rawson On Stepping Out Of The Shadow Of Her Serial Killer Father
Kerri Rawson talks with Editor Kat Johnson about the enormous emotional toll of writing her memoir, "A Serial Killer's Daughter," and her appreciation for how it's been brought to life in audio. Read now
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Author Angie Thomas's Rap-Infused Latest Novel 'On The Come Up' Is Tailor-Made for Audio
Back with her follow-up to "The Hate U Give," Angie Thomas talks with editor Katie O’Connor about how perfectly narrator Bahni Turpin embodies her work and how important the power of the voice is, especially in her latest novel. Read now
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Comedian Lauren Lapkus Shares Why Audio Improv Is Getting Far From A 'Bad Reception'
Actress and Comedian Lauren Lapkus sat down with editor Aaron Schwartz at the annual San Francisco Sketchfest and spoke about her role in the Audible Original 'Bad Reception' and her career in comedy. Read now
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'Bird Box' Author Josh Malerman Still Loves The World He Created 13 Years Ago. Now Millions More Are Also On Board.
The prolific author of the book that eventually lead to one of the season's most viral memes, spoke with editor Abby West about having his debut work take off and land in the zeitgeist so many years after he wrote it. Read now
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Winning Audiobook Of The Year For 'Heavy' Surprised Kiese Laymon, But It Meant Even More to His Mother
The author, whose emotionally compelling and nuanced narrative became the first memoir to win our annual title, talks about what it meant to voice his own story — both to him and the mother to whom he wrote it. Read now