The best-selling author’s latest work of philosophical self-dev, 'Courage Is Calling: Fortune Favors the Brave,' is the first in a series detailing the four cardinal virtues of Stoicism.
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.'
Psychiatrist Dr. Jessica Clemons spent years answering Instagram's questions about mental health. Now her Audible Original, ‘Be Well,’ acts as a resource and a guide for anyone looking for answers.
Producer, writer, director, and actor Elizabeth Banks’s Audible Original, ‘My Body, My Podcast,’ gets into the nitty-gritty of sex, growing up, and self-love.
Rachel Yoder's debut novel depicts the horror, humor, and visceral wildness that comes with being a new mom trying to find herself in a body—and a society—that's out of her control.
The editors of this paradigm-shifting anthology discuss the importance of centering Black humanity while exploring vulnerability, shame resilience, and healing.
As an outspoken voice in a rising movement, the actor, director, and author invites men to push against the invisible boundaries of masculinity and recognize themselves as enough.
The comedian, activist, and writer examines the meaning of the sacred and how we can connect spirituality to our everyday lives.
Like countless other American parents, Michael Lewis only wanted what was best for his daughters when the family devoted everything to the girls' softball program. Years later, the best-selling author of 'Moneyball' and 'The Big Short' looks back at the youth sports industrial complex with clear eyes.
Writer, actor, and style icon Tavi Gevinson helms 'Life Skills by Rookie,' a podcast that carries on the beloved legacy of her online magazine, 'Rookie.'
Journalist Nell McShane Wulfhart, author of the Audible Original 'Off Menu,' shares little-known facts about food and dining that can improve your meal.
Acclaimed author Bill Konigsberg crafts a complete narrative exploring depression and suicide in his speculative and moving novel about two struggling teens.