Arts & Culture
For Some Lucky Fans, Writing A Star Wars Novel Is A Dream Come True
We were wondering just how one can go from writing fan fiction to being a full-on contributor to the official Star Wars universe--some of the most well-known authors of Star Wars novels. Read now
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When Should Writers Narrate Their Own Work?
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? Read now
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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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Escape From Our Echo Chambers Starts With Listening
Instead of seeing the people outside of our bubbles filtered through polarizing narratives, how can we learn to understand their perspectives and hear them -- in their own voices? 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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M.R. Carey Has All The Gifts, Really
Between his screenplays, adaptations of Marvel comics, and best-selling sci-fi novels, the British author has amassed a heap of fans. He chats with one of them, Audible Editor Sam Pagan. Read now
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Rewriting The Rules: Marriage, Maternity, And Memoir With Ariel Levy
New Yorker staff writer Ariel Levy reveals her most intimate experiences using thoughtful prose and candid self-reflection in her new memoir 'The Rules Do Not Apply.' Hear our conversation with the author and enthusiastic narrator newbie. Read now