Writer, actor, and style icon Tavi Gevinson helms 'Life Skills by Rookie,' a podcast that carries on the beloved legacy of her online magazine, 'Rookie.'
Lauded for its lyricism and heart-wrenching beauty, Robert Jones, Jr.’s new novel is an electric debut centered on two enslaved men in love during the antebellum South.
Best-selling author Evan Winter is in awe of Prentice Onayemi's epic, artistic narration of 'The Rage of Dragons' and 'The Fires of Vengeance.'
Best-selling author and journalist Jonathan Alter analyzes the life and actions of Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the United States and Nobel Prize-winning humanitarian.
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.
The author of 'The Hate U Give' and 'On the Come Up' pays tribute to the experience of Black manhood with 'Concrete Rose,' a prequel about Maverick, one of her most beloved characters.
The hosts of the 'Bodega Boys' podcast and the hit self-titled Showtime series share why writing and recording 'God-Level Knowledge Darts: Life Lessons from the Bronx' was the perfect evolution for them and their fandom, a.k.a. the Bodega Hive.
Pulitzer Prize finalist Laila Lalami uses stunning stories from her life to illustrate how US citizenship is not given equally to all Americans.
Cosmologist Dr. Katie Mack contemplates the doom of the universe with a refreshing giddiness.
Pre-Columbian Americas inspired Rebecca Roanhorse to create a world filled with giant corvids, a nation of women sailors, and more in her acclaimed 'Black Sun.'
Acclaimed roboticist Dr. Ayanna Howard is on a mission to combat racial and sexual bias in AI and change the future of our world for the positive.
Bram Stoker Award-winning author Stephen Graham Jones spins a horror story that is as stunning as it is macabre while pushing the boundaries on what it means to be an American Indian today.