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Ta-Nehisi Coates' 'The Water Dancer' Makes A Big Splash
Abby West interviews Ta-Nehisi Coates Read now
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Annalee Newitz Goes Back To 'The Future Of Another Timeline'
The noted sci-fi author shares why they love talking about the intersection of science, technology, and culture, and how heavily Riot Grrrl music influenced their latest book. Read now
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Getting To The Heart Of The Matter With 'Heart of Darkness'
College student and Audible scholar Ama Hagan confronts a controversial work about Africa and its deep impact on her. Read now
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Brad Meltzer Makes History Just As Thrilling As His Other Bestsellers
The acclaimed Mystery and Thriller author talks about the natural intrigue of the secret plot to kill George Washington and how it reinforces his work on heroes and the nature of heroism. Read now
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A Brief History on the Importance of ... Well, History, With Dan Jones
Once dubbed "England's edgiest historian," author Dan Jones delights in finding new ways to make history come alive for everyone - whether you thought it was for you or not. Read now
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Martin Sheen's 'The Home Front' Tackles Hate and Anxiety in Wartime America
The legendary voice from 'The West Wing' and 'Apocalypse Now' guides us through a turbulent time in history via recordings of people who lived it. Read now
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This Man Embodies A Thousand Years Of West African Oral History
Watch (or read) Audible high school intern N'Kaela Webster's interview with world-famous griot Alhaji Papa Susso, and see him perform one of his songs. Read now