With this deeply engaging audio essay editor Rachel Smalter Hall explores the lure of the iconic Ann M. Martin series and babysitting in general.
Our guest editor shares the lasting impression of one integral Baby-Sitters Club character who became an early role model for an entire generation of young Asian Americans.
Audible’s creative team had three weeks to put together a series of ads for the biggest awards night in Hollywood. Senior Creative Director Kari Niles' tale of the rip-roaring journey to get there is one for the storybooks.
The legendary voice from ‘The West Wing’ and ‘Apocalypse Now’ guides us through a turbulent time in history via recordings of people who lived it.
What you can learn about the art of spontaneous conversation from 'Mortal City' and its creator
As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Audible, we spotlight how integral our work with narrators is to the rich fabric of our audio world, and how our fabulous studios help make that clear.
The voice behind Audible editor favorite 'You', and Fredrik Backman's new novella, 'The Deal of a Lifetime' shares what he loves about his job and how he got into it.
David Hewson, author of "Romeo and Juliet: A Novel," explains how he writes for the audio format, a distinct craft that's gaining value among novelists.
She's now the co-host of "All Things Considered," but the intrepid reporter has spent 20 years risking her life to capture important audio stories from the world's most dangerous places.
Hear The Moth's Tara Clancy pay tribute to the role her voice has played in her success as a teller of hilarious, moving stories.
Cut dialogue tags and consider the narrator — tips from the Hugo Award-winning author of Audible Studios' "The Dispatcher."
The author of "Children of Blood and Bone," the hottest YA debut of the season, talked to us in the weeks leading up to launch and discussed what it's like to be part of a cultural movement.