Audible Sessions podcast host Robin Morgan-Bentley's debut thriller spotlights issues around male mental health as one young man’s journey collides with an unsuspecting woman, changing them both forever.
Audible editor Michael Collina speaks to the Queer Newark Oral History Project about the power and importance of preserving queer voices.
Two Audible employees, Edwin De La Cruz and Ruth Neely — one from the Dominican Republic and the other from Haiti, share how two recent audiobook listens evoked their beautifully complicated memories of their Caribbean homelands.
Author Mikhail Voloshin and narrator Daniel Casper, the creative masterminds behind the sci-fi epic Dopamine, share how they collaborated on this new ACX adventure and learned so much along the way.
Isaac Gomez, playwright and author of Audible Original 'The Way She Spoke', shares what it was like after his hometown of El Paso endured this year’s devastating massacre.
With this deeply engaging audio essay editor Rachel Smalter Hall explores the lure of the iconic Ann M. Martin series and babysitting in general.
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.
Randy and Jason Sklar, the twin-brother hosts of Audible's new docu-comedy 'Sklars and Stripes,' share what they've learned about some surprisingly funny cities.
The legendary voice from ‘The West Wing’ and ‘Apocalypse Now’ guides us through a turbulent time in history via recordings of people who lived it.
To celebrate the launch of Audible Canada, we're delving into the unique perspective that our Northern neighbors bring to genres like sci-fi, mystery, thriller, and romance.
It's one thing to be a gifted author, it's quite another to give life to those words in a way listeners will love. How often can an "authorrator" do both?