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Author Wayétu Moore On Narrating Her Debut Novel, 'She Would Be King'
Get to Know Kody Keplinger, Author of 'That's Not What Happened' and 'The Duff'
Author Molly Harper and Narrator Amanda Ronconi Talk Paranormal Romance
Get To Know Kevin Kwan, Author Of The Crazy Rich Asians Series
Meet the Debut Authors of Three of 2018's Buzziest Books: Stephen Markley, Zoje Stage, and Tommy Orange
The authors of Ohio, Baby Teeth, and There, There were game to answer our questions to help Audible -- and you! -- get to know them....
A Conversation With Iron Druid Chronicles Author Kevin Hearne and Narrator Luke Daniels
The lauded duo met up with Audible to discuss their hit Urban Fantasy series, the Iron Druid Chronicles, as the last in the series, Scourged, launched....
Trevor Noah, Author And Narrator Of 'Born A Crime'
The Daily Show host and native South African talks about his engrossing new memoir, Born a Crime, bringing his own story to life in audio, and the greatest gift his mother ever gave him....
A Chat With Richard Armitage And David Hewson
The author of the Audible Original Romeo and Juliet: A Novel sits down with actor Richard Armitage to discuss adapting and performing Shakespeare for listeners....
Author Wally Lamb And Narrator George Guidall In Conversation
Wally Lamb's sixth novel, I'll Take You There, is his third to be narrated by fan favorite George Guidall. Here the two discuss the special and unique collaboration between artists who deeply respect one another....
Jim Dale, Narrator Of The Harry Potter Series
We sat down with the beloved stage, screen, and audio performer to talk about how he created hundreds of character voices to bring Harry Potter to life for U.S. and Canadian audiences....
Richard Armitage Answers Your Questions
After performing Charles Dickens' David Copperfield for Audible Studios, we asked him to answer some questions from our Twitter followers. Which means he said some of your names. Out loud. Sigh....