Sam is the Audible Editor most likely to obsess over the latest sci-fi listen, but she also enjoys a healthy dose of literary fiction, thrillers, and true crime. Born and raised in Brooklyn, she now lives in a small town in New Jersey where she enjoys watching birds and rarely having to parallel park. Audiobooks are her crutch during long train rides and complicated knitting patterns.
A little bit spooky, a little bit sci-fi, these listens offer fans of speculative fiction the best of both worlds.
Award-winning graphic novelist Ezra Claytan Daniels brings his sci-fi opus to life in this dazzling audio release.
The noted sci-fi author shares why they love talking about the intersection of science, technology, and culture, and how heavily Riot Grrrl music influenced their latest book.
These enduring tales of good and evil enchant us all over again in brand new ways, thanks to the minds of some of today’s most imaginative writers.
The writer of 'The Martian' wows with world-ending stakes and an unexpected bromance in his new interstellar thriller, 'Project Hail Mary.'
Here’s what science fiction and fantasy fans should have on their radar this month.
Editor Sam shares a list of inspirational commencement speeches for those graduates who will be having a less-than-ordinary graduation season this year.
What an entrance! These are the works by first-time novelists that have Audible's listeners and editors all aflutter.
Hear what Jim Dale called "the most extraordinary book" he ever narrated, plus our editors' picks for his most unmissable performances.
Our own sci-fi editor, Sam Danis, got married last year in the most on-brand of ways: with readings from the works of Douglas Adams and Margaret Atwood, and spaceship-themed wedding tables.
With 'The Armies of Those I Love,' the award-winning sci-fi and fantasy writer illustrates how the stories passed between generations can become our mythology.
The Nebula- and Hugo Award-winning writer traces a young heroine’s discovery of her terrifying powers in ‘Remote Control,’ a new sci-fi novella that expands on Okorafor’s signature themes.