Grammy-nominated songwriter, vocalist, and composer Rufus Wainwright uses music, humor, and a forthright manner to tell his story in 'Road Trip Elegies.'
The global pop star who rocketed onto the scene in 1995 with the album 'Jagged Little Pill' resists reduction and instead embraces her multitudinal self.
Beloved actor and science enthusiast Alan Alda teamed up with award-winning journalist Kate Rope to uncover the story of the largely unkown Vietnam-era Doctor Draft, which paved the way for some of the greatest medical breakthroughs in our country's history.
Awarded Audible's best romance of 2020, Cara Bastone's 'Call Me Maybe' intimately portrays the depths of the audio experience in this story about two people who fall in love over the phone.
The award-winning actress is in her element voicing the story of eccentric siblings searching for where they belong.
Journalist Nell McShane Wulfhart, author of the Audible Original 'Off Menu,' shares little-known facts about food and dining that can improve your meal.
Audible editor Katie O’Connor explores the craft of writing for the audio format with Audible Originals authors Samantha Allen, Lauren Blakely, Dennis Mahoney, and Ben H. Winters, as well as two editors of Audible Originals, Lara Blackman and Steve Feldberg.
The host of 'The Sesame Street Podcast with Foley and Friends' sounds off about her now job, her best friends, and what it’s like behind the scenes.
Dennis E. Taylor's journey from IT guy to New York Times best-selling author all started with a dare from his wife.
Acclaimed roboticist Dr. Ayanna Howard is on a mission to combat racial and sexual bias in AI and change the future of our world for the positive.
Luis Alberto Gónzalez Arenas, co-author of 'La Mujer Que Sabe Volar (The Woman Who Knows How to Fly),' reflects on how, even after a tragic accident, María Antonieta Osornio lives life to the fullest.
Law professor Dov Fox thought the hardest case of his career was about the problems with predicting how a child’s life might unfold. The real questions went much deeper.