Hear us geek out with the award-winning author of the stunning 'Lincoln in the Bardo,' whose audiobook boasts the largest, most star-studded cast to date.
China’s sci-fi authors aren’t like their Asian-American counterparts—except that both are racking up awards and serious fans.
The comedian, host, and “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” veteran gets down and dirty with best-selling romance authors and their biggest fans.
Author David Hewson and narrator Richard Armitage returned to Audible Studios for an in-depth discussion about their extraordinary new take on Shakespeare's classic love story, created exclusively for audio. They shared perspectives on adapting the Bard's work, why Juliet should take top billing, and why narration is a performance.
Wally Lamb’s sixth novel, "I’ll Take You There" is his third to be narrated by George Guidall. Here the two discuss their love of storytelling, and the special collaboration between two artists who deeply respect one another.
We asked Audible listeners which author we should interview next, and the response was overwhelmingly "Lee Child!" Here, the prolific creator of the popular Jack Reacher series answers their questions.
David Hewson, author of "Romeo and Juliet: A Novel," explains how he writes for the audio format, a distinct craft that's gaining value among novelists.
Cut dialogue tags and consider the narrator — tips from the Hugo Award-winning author of Audible Studios' "The Dispatcher."
Shakespeare wasn't the first to tell the story of the star-cross'd lovers nor was he the last. David Hewson's new novel, written exclusively for audio, puts a different spin on the tale — with help from this honey-voiced actor.
The transgender teen and activist speaks out about identity, her remarkable personal journey (so far), and narrating her new memoir.
In the Portable Story Series contest, the winning work is narrated by acclaimed actors, and proceeds go to charities. It's a win-win-win.
The author talks about creating a sense of place that is both specific and universal, writing against stereotypes, and striving toward empathy.