The Listening Life
7 Ways You Can Enjoy The Baby-Sitters Club
If you were a kiddo in the 80s or 90s, chances are that you were at least aware of The Baby-Sitter's Club. Whether you first came to it through the books themselves, the delightful mid 90s film adaptation (like I did), or the television show, Ann M. Martin's beloved series never fails to elicit warm and fuzzy feelings of nostalgia from its fans. Read now
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Pulitzer Prize-Winner Colson Whitehead's 'The Nickel Boys' Uses Fiction To Confront A Tragic Past
Colson Whitehead shares why he was called to examine the horrific activities in one Florida reform school through the eyes of a young black boy in his follow-up to the award-winning 'Underground Railroad.' Read now
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Ocean Vuong Takes His Gorgeous Writing From Poems To His Debut Novel
Award-winning poet Ocean Vuong expounds on the complex themes of his deeply moving novel, 'On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous', touching on masculine identity, concepts of family, drug use, and more. Read now
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Madhuri Shekar's Audio Play 'Evil Eye' Is No Curse, Just A Blessing
When award-winning playwright Madhuri Shekar decided to create something in a new medium, she ended up writing an audio play that pulls you into one wholly engrossing drama. Read now
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Pride in Diversity Should Include All Kinds Of LGBTQIA+ Stories
Queer stories go far beyond the often expected coming-out or trauma tales. Audible editor Michael Collina shares a few that have resonated with him on his journey. Read now
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How Stan Lee's 'Alliances: A Trick of Light' Continues The Legendary Creator's Legacy
Journalist and comic book writer Evan Narcisse ('Rise of the Black Panther') explores how one of Stan Lee's last projects carries the themes and humanity of the works that made the late icon so beloved. Read now