Arts & Culture
Who Is This Dirk Maggs, And Why Does He Rule So Hard?
The colorful 'X-Files: Cold Cases' writer/director on adapting for audio well-loved works like 'Alien,' 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,' and Neil Gaiman's novels. Read now
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The Informed Imagination Of Don Winslow
How the bestselling crime novelist continues to take on all sides of the narco-trafficking universe, from cartels to cops, with astonishing vividness and plausibility. Read now
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Dangerous, Necessary, And Human: Kelly McEvers On Audio Journalism Right Now
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. Read now
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In "Notes On Blindness," An Unprecedented Film Explores The World Beyond Sight
When British theologian John Hull began to lose his sight, he recorded audio diaries to document his transition from "grief to grace." Now they form the soundtrack to an award-winning film designed for all levels of sightedness. Read now
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Getting Bookish With Michael Silverblatt
Authors consistently call him one of the best readers in the world. We watched the illustrious host of KCRW's "Bookworm" record an episode of his show. Read now
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Listening Is The Only Critical Practice Left: A Conversation With Artist Masha Tupitsyn
In her 24-hour cinematic installation, Love Sounds, words are the central characters. Read now
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How Social Media Gave New Life To The Serial
Think attention spans are getting shorter? Maybe...but the serial form is nothing new. Read now