Spend Father's Day With the Dead Dads Club
Audible editor Katie O'Connor ponders the impact of Father's Day for those whose dads are gone, and pays tribute to her late father, whose love of reading left a lasting impact. Read now
Finding Self-Help in Fiction: A Stranger Truth
When editor Rachel Smalter Hall realized that self-development titles were not the only places she was gleaning her life lessons, so much became clear. See how closely her experiences match or differ from yours, and we bet you'll find they somehow still resonate. Read now
Arts & Culture
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
Around The World In 8 Listens
Transport yourself to dreamy places like Paris, Jamaica, or the Italian coast -- no cramped airplane seats, and no passport required. Read now
A Dark Fixation: Psychopaths In Literature
A certain type of character has always inspired awe, revulsion, fear, and arousal. But as our understanding deepens, so does our appreciation for the well-written psychopath. Read now
The Listening Life
7 Jobs Where You Can Basically Listen To Audiobooks All Day
If listening is your raison d'ĂȘtre, then these are some pretty good #lifegoals. Read now
Modern War Lit: 8 Astonishing Books By Returning Veterans
Less than one percent of the U.S. population has served in this century's conflicts, but a new wave of literature written by returning veterans offers a bridge to understanding their experiences. Read now