In his new Audible Original, film writer and producer Michael Elliot spares no details in his incredible uphill battle to success.
For decades, my ex-husband's shattering betrayal was engulfed by one of the biggest media stories of the 1990s, whose memories I thought I'd boxed up for good. Could writing my memoir, and unpacking those ghosts, finally set me free?
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.
The actor, director, and author of 'Brat: An '80s Story' looks back on the decade that shaped his life and became the symbol of a generation.
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 author of 'The Bubbe Diaries' reveals how a little planning can make one of life’s most revered milestones more fulfilling.
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.
The renowned comedian and voice actor invites us to experience her life, from her time as a member of the original 'SNL' cast in 1970s New York City, to her addiction, recovery, and reinvention in 'May You Live in Interesting Times.'
AIDS awareness advocate and humanitarian Ruth Coker Burks opens up about the men she helped in the heart of Arkansas during the height of the AIDS epidemic.
Grammy-nominated songwriter, vocalist, and composer Rufus Wainwright uses music, humor, and a forthright manner to tell his story in 'Road Trip Elegies.'
The global pop star who rocketed onto the scene in 1995 with the album 'Jagged Little Pill' resists reduction and instead embraces her multitudinal self.