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.
When Loan Le set out to write her debut novel about two Vietnamese American teens falling in love, she knew their complex family dynamics would be at the center of the story.
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 comedian, activist, and writer examines the meaning of the sacred and how we can connect spirituality to our everyday lives.
For her first adult suspense novel, 'The Wife Upstairs,' the best-selling author flipped a beloved classic on its head while keeping all the juiciest parts.
The renowned comedian and voice actor invites us to experience her life, from her time as a member of the original 'SNL' cast in 1970s New York City, to her addiction, recovery, and reinvention in 'May You Live in Interesting Times.'
Sarah Penner intoxicates with her debut novel about a mysterious apothecary who supports oppressed women of 18th-century London through sinister means.
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.
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.
Packed with heart-pounding realism and deep research, ‘Relentless’ ups the ante on the action in the writer’s best-selling Gray Man series.
Like countless other American parents, Michael Lewis only wanted what was best for his daughters when the family devoted everything to the girls' softball program. Years later, the best-selling author of 'Moneyball' and 'The Big Short' looks back at the youth sports industrial complex with clear eyes.
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.