Arts & Culture
Winning Audiobook Of The Year For 'Heavy' Surprised Kiese Laymon, But It Meant Even More to His Mother
The author, whose emotionally compelling and nuanced narrative became the first memoir to win our annual title, talks about what it meant to voice his own story -- both to him and the mother to whom he wrote it. Read now
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The Story Behind Those Ads Everyone's Talking About
Audible's creative team had three weeks to put together a series of ads for the biggest awards night in Hollywood. Senior Creative Director Kari Niles' tale of the rip-roaring journey to get there is one for the storybooks. Read now
Arts & Culture
The Dazzlingly Different Worlds Of Chinese Vs. Asian-American Sci-Fi
China's sci-fi authors aren't like their Asian-American counterparts--except that both are racking up awards and serious fans. Read now
Arts & Culture
A Tribute For A Life, And A Book, Cut Short
Audible created the Christopher Doheny Award, which honors unpublished writers who brave the subject of serious illness. Read now
Listen To The Books Behind This Year's Film Awards
Spend some quality time with the stories that inspired (or were inspired by) this year's winners and nominees. Read now
Arts & Culture
A Conversation With 2016 National Book Award Winner Colson Whitehead
We spoke with the winner of the 2016 National Book Award, just before he was nominated, about his devastating novel "The Underground Railroad," the enduring psychology of slavery, and helping fledgling writers find their voice. Read now
Listen To The 2016 Pulitzer Winners and Finalists
These are the must-listens of the year, in Fiction, Autobiography, History, and General Nonfiction Read now