Abby West is a recovering journalist and pop culture junkie, whose decades at prominent media organizations such as Essence, Entertainment Weekly, and People have given her a love of stories that explore, empower, and celebrate underrepresented communities.
In his new Audible Original, film writer and producer Michael Elliot spares no details in his incredible uphill battle to success.
Rebecca Carroll's new Audible Original podcast challenges stereotypes set against Black women and Black bodies through the lens of Billie Holiday's extraordinary, tumultuous, and beautiful life.
Debut author Dawnie Walton crafts a beautiful blend of voices—brought to life by a huge cast—to tell an epic tale of a 1970s musical duo who burned bright, and ultimately illuminated race, class, and gender issues in America.
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.
The author of 'The Hate U Give' and 'On the Come Up' pays tribute to the experience of Black manhood with 'Concrete Rose,' a prequel about Maverick, one of her most beloved characters.
The hosts of the 'Bodega Boys' podcast and the hit self-titled Showtime series share why writing and recording 'God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx' was the perfect evolution for them and their fandom, a.k.a. the Bodega Hive.
The award-winning actress is in her element voicing the story of eccentric siblings searching for where they belong.
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.
Dean Atta's Stonewall Award-winning debut verse novel is an uplifting tale about a Black queer teen finding identity and acceptance as a drag artist.
She's an artist so well-known that she can go by one name but with her new memoir Mariah Carey is finally revealing the experiences that made her who she is today, bringing her voice, insight, and musicality to this thoroughly engrossing audiobook.
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.