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.
We know people cringe when hearing themselves on recordings, so how do narrators, podcast hosts, and other voice-centric professionals deal with it?
It's one thing to be a gifted author, it's quite another to give life to those words in a way listeners will love. How often can an "authorrator" do both?
You can trust New York Times Book Review editor Pamela Paul for a great book recommendation. Her new book 'My Life with Bob' chronicles her years of book devotion, and she couldn't wait to share with us some audiobooks that simply must be heard.
Once dubbed "England's edgiest historian," author Dan Jones delights in finding new ways to make history come alive for everyone - whether you thought it was for you or not.
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.
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.
We talked with the 'Calypso' author about his favorite audiobooks, his love of listening, and more.
Adam Cayton-Holland shares what it was like to tell his late sister's story while writing a memoir about his own.
The author, whose emotionally compelling and nuanced narrative became the first memoir to win our annual title, talks about what it meant to voice his own story — both to him and the mother to whom he wrote it.