Playlisted Our Best Interviews and Features of 2020 Through the trying and historic moments of 2020, creators reflected back to us the deep humanity within our collective experience. By Staff Celebrity or not, there was no one person untouched by the events of this year. As artists, these creators explored the finer, deeper points and asked the resonant questions in our best interviews and features of 2020. InterviewsMariah Carey She's an artist so well-known that she can go by one name, but in her new memoir Mariah Carey is finally reveals the experiences that made her who she is today, bringing her voice, insight, and musicality to this thoroughly engrossing audiobook.Tayari Jones Sisterly love, spousal revenge, and one priceless piece of art star in this clever, mischievous Audible Original short story by the best-selling author of American Marriage.Phuc Tran From his love of punk rock and classic literature, to being both a Latin teacher and a tattooer, Phuc Tran is intersectionality personified. His irreverent, no-holds-barred, messy (his word) debut memoir breaks the mold on the Vietnamese immigrant story.Erik Larson The blockbuster nonfiction author returns with an utterly gripping account of WWII-era family life and heroic leadership during one of history’s most anxious eras.Elizabeth Acevedo The National Book Award winner holds no punches in her beautifully lyrical verse novel about two sisters who find each other over the loss of a father.Brit Bennett The novelist follows up her highly successful debut 'The Mothers' with a nuanced contemporary take on the concept of a Black person passing as white in The Vanishing Half, as twin sisters take two different paths.James McBride The award-winning author of The Good Lord Bird and The Color of Water shares why his rollickingly fun new novel, ostensibly about a baffling shooting, is all about the power of community and church. André Aciman Much like his internationally bestselling novel Call Me by Your Name, André Aciman's Audible Original novella, The Gentleman from Peru, celebrates love in all its complicated glory, from this lifetime into the next.Kiley Reid The debut novelist takes a fresh new look at racial and class tensions as she goes beyond the now-ubiquitous filmed scene of a Black person faced with a fraught confrontation. Listen in as she discusses all that went into her approach, including labor laws and hair stories.Matthew McConaughey The award-winning actor talks to us in his unique, thoughtful way about writing and recording his new memoir, Greenlights.FeaturesAn Antiracisim Listening List The fight for racial justice is up to all of us. If you’re not sure where to start, these listening recommendations can help.Our Editors Reveal: The Longest Audiobooks We've Ever Listened To In this edition, we reveal the titles that, for various reasons, became a committed relationship—from Steve Jobs to Stephen King to the climax of Moby-Dick after nearly 25 hours.Voices of Audible: Racial Justice Listening Audible staff around the world share the listens that are helping us process and reflect on the state of racial and social justice.Feeling a Little Off Lately? The Cause May Be in the Stars—but These Listens Will Set You Right Audible editor Rachel digs into the meaning of "Mercury in retrograde" and suggests eight astrological listens for maximum self-care.5 of the Most Shocking Moments from ‘Meeting Manson,’ Unpacked The last journalist to speak to Charles Manson in person remembers the strange circumstances and unsettling fascination that brought them together. Recommended The Best Black Audiobook Narrators to Listen To Right Now Escape From Our Echo Chambers Starts With Listening Greatness Claire Adam's Debut Novel 'Golden Child' Shows That No Person Is An Island, Even When Living On One 7 Ways You Can Enjoy The Baby-Sitters Club Up Next Who is Grand Admiral Thrawn?: The Ultimate Guide Looking for a rundown of what The Mandalorian's latest name-drop means for the Star Wars universe? We've got you covered.