Interviews
Elon Green Looks Beyond the 'Last Call' Killer
With his meticulously reported first book, the journalist brings to life a forgotten sliver of queer New York nightlife that was darkened by a series of terrifying killings. Read now
Interviews
'The Lost Apothecary' Brews a Secret Sisterhood of Revenge
Sarah Penner intoxicates with her debut novel about a mysterious apothecary who supports oppressed women of 18th-century London through sinister means. Read now
Interviews
Alan Alda and Journalist Kate Rope Unearth a Hidden History of American Medicine
Beloved actor and science enthusiast Alan Alda teamed up with award-winning journalist Kate Rope to uncover the story of the largely unkown Vietnam-era Doctor Draft, which paved the way for some of the greatest medical breakthroughs in our country's history. Read now
Inside Audible
Voices of Audible: Racial Justice Listening
Audible staff around the world share the listens that are helping us process and reflect on the state of racial and social justice. Read now
Playlisted
The Economic History of Institutionalized Racism
Understanding the pernicious economic consequences of racism is vital to moving forward to an equitable future for all. Read now
Arts & Culture
The History of Institutional Oppression
While the stark facts can be brutal, these listens about economic and racial injustice often combine passionate storytelling with stellar performances. Read now
Arts & Culture
Erik Larson on How Winston Churchill Kept Calm in a Crisis
The blockbuster nonfiction author returns with an utterly gripping account of WWII-era family life and heroic leadership during one of history’s most anxious eras. Read now