The Listening Life
Oratorious RBG
In her memoir, Justice Ginsburg's own words reveal a determination to fix the world, however long it takes. Read now
The Listening Life
An Audiobook Virgin On Finding Her Perfect Match
A die-hard reader embarks on a quest to see if audiobooks do it for her -- and discovers something she wasn't expecting. Read now
The Listening Life
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
The Listening Life
Are Introverts The Best Listeners?
Some experts believe that we can all benefit from bringing introverts' listening skills to our professional and personal lives. Read now
The Listening Life
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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The Prize For This Contest Is The Best: A Celebrity Reads Your Short Story
In the Portable Story Series contest, the winning work is narrated by acclaimed actors, and proceeds go to charities. It's a win-win-win. Read now
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Let's Never Lose This Terrifying Tradition
Fear of the unknown, contagious emotions, and an evolutionary fondness for flame are just a few of the reasons why scary stories are told best by the light of a fire. Read now