Interviews
Rufus Wainwright Heals Our Malaise in 'Road Trip Elegies'
Grammy-nominated songwriter, vocalist, and composer Rufus Wainwright uses music, humor, and a forthright manner to tell his story in 'Road Trip Elegies.' Read now
Interviews
Alanis Morissette as She Is Today
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. Read now
Interviews
Bill Konigsberg Builds 'The Bridge' to A Better Option
Acclaimed author Bill Konigsberg crafts a complete narrative exploring depression and suicide in his speculative and moving novel about two struggling teens. Read now
Interviews
Mariah Carey Shares 'The Meaning' of Her Life
She's an artist so well-known that she can go by one name but with her new memoir Mariah Carey is finally revealing the experiences that made her who she is today, bringing her voice, insight, and musicality to this thoroughly engrossing audiobook. Read now
Arts & Culture
This Man Embodies A Thousand Years Of West African Oral History
Watch (or read) Audible high school intern N'Kaela Webster's interview with world-famous griot Alhaji Papa Susso, and see him perform one of his songs. Read now
Arts & Culture
The Hip-Hop Skit Is Dead, Long Live The Hip-Hop Skit
What happened to the interstitial, often wacky skits of yore? Artists like Kendrick Lamar are bringing them back — in their own way. Read now
Arts & Culture
Finding A New Sound
Listen to (or read) a conversation with indie musician Thao Nguyen as Audible producer and Radiolab veteran Ellen Horne searches for aural inspiration. Read now