In "Thank You for Listening," a narrator gets a second chance at love—and her dreams—when she agrees to perform one last romance novel.
With "The Last White Man," award-winning author Mohsin Hamid invites listeners to be his co-creators and reflect on the people, images, and thoughts the novel inspires.
When comedian and author Sarah Cooper was asked to reimagine the classic “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” she had a lot of thoughts, but she didn’t expect to find so many answers on her journey.
The acclaimed authorrator turns her acerbic eye on the cultishness of wellness, romance, and startups in her mystical new comedy of manners.
In his memoir, the ‘Bachelor’ star and philanthropist shines an honest light on his up-and-down experiences in reality TV and his hopes for a bright future.
“I love the worlds that I'm making fun of—so that's the difference,” the Pope of Trash explains upon the release of his debut novel.
The author of the best-selling phenomenon “Quiet” turns her attention to the most undervalued emotions in the human spectrum in “Bittersweet,” making the case that sorrow and longing are what bring us together and help us appreciate the beauty of the world.
The YouTube star and musical comedian spreads joy and encourages everyone to embrace not fitting the mold in his memoir, “Playing with Myself.”
Broadway legend Harvey Fierstein shares his life story as only he can tell it in “I Was Better Last Night.”
The acclaimed actor, activist, and host of a new Audible Original investigates the murder of a young Black woman and the system that failed her.
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In a unique all-star collaboration, legendary songwriter Paul Simon spends quality time with best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell and music journalist Bruce Headlam to explore what the history of Paul’s songs says about the art of songwriting.