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Ibi Zoboi Brings Distinctive New Voices To Life In 'My Life As An Ice Cream Sandwich'
Sean Tulien interviews Ibi Zoboi Read now
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Salman Rushdie Goes On His Latest Quest With 'Quichotte'
Internationally best-selling author Salman Rushdie shares the inspiration for his modern adaptation of ‘Don Quixote’ and how good the right narrator can make a writer feel. Read now
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Bassey Ikpi's New Memoir Tells The Truth About Bipolar Disorder And Anxiety
Writer, mental-health advocate, and ex-poet Bassey Ikpi uses her memoir 'I'm Telling the Truth, But I'm Lying' to dig into what it means to truthfully tell your story. Read now
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Dervla McTiernan Expands The Cormac Reilly Series With Both A Sequel And A Prequel
This year the bestselling author of 'The Ruin' added 'The Scholar' and 'The Sisters' for fans ready to immerse themselves in the world of her standout Irish crime fiction series. Read now
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Steve Burns Gives Us A Clue About 'Foreverywhere'
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.’ Read now
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The Scrunchies That Bind Us: Eight Women Talk About the Lasting Influence of The Baby-Sitters Club
With this deeply engaging audio essay editor Rachel Smalter Hall explores the lure of the iconic Ann M. Martin series and babysitting in general. Read now
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Carla Grauls' 'Life Ever After' Shows Relationships Will Always Matter More Than Tech
With her audio play Life Ever After, Carla Grauls set out to explore transhumanism and what it means to really be human as we use technology enhance/augment human intellect and physiology. Read now