Audible Editor with a soft spot for memoirs, feminist thought, and LGBT romance. Stuck in a never-ending cycle of starting a new book before finishing the last.
Acclaimed author Farhad J. Dadyburjor has set a new standard with his boundary-pushing listen *The Other Man,* an urban romance set in Mumbai.
The creator of ‘One Last Stop’ and ‘Red, White & Royal Blue’ commits 1,000% to her characters and her premise in whatever she is writing, inviting listeners to be just as obsessed with her stories as she is.
As an outspoken voice in a rising movement, the actor, director, and author invites men to push against the invisible boundaries of masculinity and recognize themselves as enough.
The award-winning performer stars in Adam Rapp's Tony-nominated play as they translate it to an audio-only experience.
With his meticulously reported first book, the journalist brings to life a forgotten sliver of queer New York nightlife that was darkened by a series of terrifying killings.
AIDS awareness advocate and humanitarian Ruth Coker Burks opens up about the men she helped in the heart of Arkansas during the height of the AIDS epidemic.
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.
Acclaimed author Bill Konigsberg crafts a complete narrative exploring depression and suicide in his speculative and moving novel about two struggling teens.
Kevin van Whye pulled from his love of '90s rom-coms to create his debut #ownvoices love story about a misfit on the fringes who catches the eye of the dreamboat it-boy at his school.
Much like André Aciman's internationally bestselling novel 'Call Me by Your Name,' his Audible Original novella, 'The Gentleman from Peru,' is a celebration of love in all its complicated glory, from this lifetime into the next.
Audible editor Michael Collina speaks to the Queer Newark Oral History Project about the power and importance of preserving queer voices.
With her new book For the Love of Men, award-winning journalist Liz Plank shifts the gender discussion to men, stresses the importance of mindful masculinity, and invites men everywhere to a little party called feminism.