Arts & Culture
Contemporary Stories From Black Authors
A collection that reflects the variety and depth of the Black experience as portrayed by just a few of the best African-American storytellers of our time. Read now
Arts & Culture
Haiti and the Dominican Republic: One Island, Two Nations, So Many Stories
Two Audible employees, Edwin De La Cruz and Ruth Neely — one from the Dominican Republic and the other from Haiti, share how two recent audiobook listens evoked their beautifully complicated memories of their Caribbean homelands. Read now
Mitch Albom Gives the Pandemic a 'Human Touch'
The bestselling author found a way to use his special skills to help some of those most affected by COVID-19. His 8-week-long serialized story homes in on the thing we're all missing right now: human contact and connection. Read now
Arts & Culture
Lily King's 'Writers & Lovers' Explores Finding Your Way Through Grief To Adulthood
The 'Euphoria' author is back six years later with a modern-day coming-of-age tale that challenges the creative quest narratives for women. Read now
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2019's Featured Interviews
These 10 interviews capture the power and beauty of a one-on-one conversation with a favorite storyteller. Read now
Arts & Culture
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
Arts & Culture
Pulitzer Prize-Winner Colson Whitehead's 'The Nickel Boys' Uses Fiction To Confront A Tragic Past
Colson Whitehead shares why he was called to examine the horrific activities in one Florida reform school through the eyes of a young black boy in his follow-up to the award-winning ‘Underground Railroad.’ Read now