The renowned writer of 'The Office' took a completely different approach to his creation process with 'Middlespace,' an anti-sci-fi comedy about a burned-out spaceship captain.
For her next adventure, the acclaimed science writer of 'Stiff' explores the puzzling and often hilarious conundrum of human-wildlife conflict in 'Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law.'
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.'
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.
Comedian and storyteller Mike Birbiglia talks about the universality of big life changes — like buying his first couch and having his first child — in 'The New One,' which he also co-wrote and co-narrated with his poet wife, J. Hope Stein.
With the same edgy, unabashed, and spit-take funny wit that brought us 'We Are Never Meeting in Real Life' and 'Meaty,' Samantha Irby tackles approaching middle age, raising her stepkids in a small Midwestern town, and being okay with just being okay in her new collection of essays.
Leave reality behind with this full-cast ticket to laughs.
Sean Tulien interviews R.L. Stine
Steve Burns (Steve from Blue’s Clues!) talks about performing and co-creating a magical world with unicorns, monsters, an intergalactically powerful cosmic rock goddess princess, and riffs kids will love in his new Audible Original ‘Foreverywhere.’
Faith Salie, host of Audible's series 'Authorized', dedicated a whole season to talking with best-selling romance authors. But would that give her the chops to write a decent romance herself? She tried her hand at crafting her own sex scene, no matter how much it made her blush. Hear the fruits of her labor.
In a new Audible comedy series, married hosts Kurt Braunohler and Lauren Cook explore the lighter side of couplehood.
We had this theory that maybe you'd hate cleaning a little less if you did it while listening to something distractingly suspenseful. Or was it better to go with inspiring and supportive? Let's see how it all worked out.