Arts & Culture
Rainn Wilson Brings 'The Phantom Tollbooth', His Quirky Childhood Favorite, to Brilliant Life
The new audio version of the classic children's book, 'The Phantom Tollbooth', couldn't have been in better hands than those of the very funny former star of 'The Office', uberfan Rainn Wilson. Read now
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Finding Self-Help in Fiction: A Stranger Truth
When editor Rachel Smalter Hall realized that self-development titles were not the only places she was gleaning her life lessons, so much became clear. See how closely her experiences match or differ from yours, and we bet you'll find they somehow still resonate. Read now
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9 Books Where Small Towns Are Gigantic Characters
As the poet John Cougar Mellencamp said, "I can be myself here in this small town." Some of the most unapologetic, memorable characters in fiction live in small towns, which are themselves laden with secrets and contradictions. Read now
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Black History Listens...For Every Month
Our own copy editor takes a break from defending the Oxford comma to share her favorite books, new and old, from the African diaspora. Read now
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In Search Of Kopfkino: Writing To Be Heard
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. Read now
Arts & Culture
Hear Richard Armitage On The Romeo And Juliet You Didn't Know
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. Read now
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Banned Books Week: Voices Of Diversity
Audible's editors are celebrating daring and distinct voices with their collection of often-challenged books Read now