Listen in as best-selling author Liane Moriarty discusses tennis, the writing process, and her new critically acclaimed mystery novel.
On the latest episode of Audicted, we dig into 'The Sandman' and read favorite listener reviews.
In her latest novel, about three women out for revenge, the best-selling author of 'The Girl on the Train' explores how our actions, justified or not, shape who we are.
The editors of this paradigm-shifting anthology discuss the importance of centering Black humanity while exploring vulnerability, shame resilience, and healing.
Set within the halls of the US Supreme Court, the prescient new suspense novel from the political leader and voting rights activist draws from moments in her own career.
Caleb Azumah Nelson's lyrical debut brings you inside the mind of a young British Black man discovering himself through love and art.
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 award-winning performer stars in Adam Rapp's Tony-nominated play as they translate it to an audio-only experience.
Debut author Dawnie Walton crafts a beautiful blend of voices—brought to life by a huge cast—to tell an epic tale of a 1970s musical duo who burned bright, and ultimately illuminated race, class, and gender issues in America.
For her first adult suspense novel, 'The Wife Upstairs,' the best-selling author flipped a beloved classic on its head while keeping all the juiciest parts.
With 'The Armies of Those I Love,' the award-winning sci-fi and fantasy writer illustrates how the stories passed between generations can become our mythology.
Lauded for its lyricism and heart-wrenching beauty, Robert Jones, Jr.’s new novel is an electric debut centered on two enslaved men in love during the antebellum South.