Interviews
Justin Baldoni Undefines What It Means to Be 'Man Enough'
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. Read now
Interviews
Leigh Bardugo Unites the Grishaverse's Found Family With 'Rule of Wolves'
The best-selling young adult fantasy author sets the Grishaverse to rest after the epic, explosive conclusion to the King of Scars duology. Read now
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Inspired by Hip-Hop, ‘Open Water’ Introduces a Stunning New Voice on Vulnerability
Caleb Azumah Nelson's lyrical debut brings you inside the mind of a young British Black man discovering himself through love and art. Read now
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'Billie Was a Black Woman' Complexifies the Legendary Jazz Artist Who Was Ahead of Her Time
Rebecca Carroll's new Audible Original podcast challenges stereotypes set against Black women and Black bodies through the lens of Billie Holiday's extraordinary, tumultuous, and beautiful life. Read now
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Yo-Yo Ma's 'Beginner's Mind' Is a Musical Meditation on the Power of Art
America's iconic cellist examines his path in life and the role of art and music in helping us heal from a year of burnout and universal grief. Read now
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Mary-Louise Parker Reprises One of Her Most Challenging Roles in 'The Sound Inside'
The award-winning performer stars in Adam Rapp's Tony-nominated play as they translate it to an audio-only experience. Read now
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‘The Final Revival of Opal & Nev’ is the Fictional Oral History You Have to Hear
Debut author Dawnie Walton crafts a beautiful blend of voices—brought to life by a huge cast—to tell an epic tale of a 1970s musical duo who burned bright, and ultimately illuminated race, class, and gender issues in America. Read now