The Listening Life
'Different is Better Than Better': Neil Pasricha's Surprising Advice on 'How to Get Back Up'
We talked with Neil a bit about his unorthodox approach to finding happiness and success - and, spoiler: it's probably not the path you'd expect. Read now
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
Arts & Culture
Author Tade Thompson On The 'Frankenstein of Influences' That Helped Create His Buzzy Sci-fi Debut 'Rosewater'
Two years after he published his second novel, the talented author is seeing his complex Nigeria-set work get new life. He shares what it all means with editor Sam Pagan. 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
The Listening Life
The Stars Aligned: Paranormal Romance Queen Molly Harper and Her Longstanding Narrator Amanda Ronconi Finally Had Their Magical Meeting
Watch as the fan-favorite author and narrator team, who've collaborated for years, share their first meal and talk about shapeshifters, vampires, and witches--oh my! Read now
Arts & Culture
How Sex Positivity and Destigmatizaton Play Into the Audible + Cosmopolitan Romance Contest
Laura Brounstein, the Special Projects Director for Cosmopolitan magazine, and romance editor Katie O'Connor hash out some of the key reasons why romance resonates. Read now