Arts & Culture
Tragedy and Comedy Collide in This Story That Will Change the Way You View Mental Illness
Adam Cayton-Holland shares what it was like to tell his late sister's story while writing a memoir about his own. Read now
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With Pablo Escobar's Colombia as Backdrop, One Author Expertly Tackles Themes of Family, Friendship, and Immigration
Author Ingrid Rojas Contreras shares how her cartel-tinged novel 'Fruit of the Drunken Tree' revisits a nation's violent history through the eyes of a child. Read now
Playlisted
Spend Father's Day With the Dead Dads Club
Audible editor Katie O'Connor ponders the impact of Father's Day for those whose dads are gone, and pays tribute to her late father, whose love of reading left a lasting impact. Read now
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The First Book From Rick Riordan's New Imprint Shows Exactly Why We Need Diversity Across Kid Lit
The Percy Jackson author talks about championing diversity with his new Disney imprint, and we hear from Roshani Chokshi, author of the first book, 'Aru Shah and the End of Time.' Read now
Playlisted
No Guilty Pleasure Here: Why Ethically Executed True Crime Has My Heart
Editor Kat Johnson professes her love of well-done true crime books that strike the right balance between telling an engaging tale and being salacious. Read now
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Dissecting the Warped Imaginings and Dark Genius of the Creators Behind The Illuminae Files
As the final book in the beautifully intricate and stunningly original Illuminae Files enters the world, we spoke to the authors and production team about their inspiration, thought processes, and how they adapted this immensely complex story for audio. Read now
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13 Stellar International Mysteries To Take You Globe-Trotting Without Moving a Muscle
These audiobooks by authors around the world pack the mysteries and thrillers punch you love, while giving you insight into many other cultures. Read now