On Story
Enduring Dystopias
We have always been drawn to the worst-case scenario in fiction, as evidenced by the resurgence of "The Handmaid's Tale" and others. But why? Research sheds some light. Read now
On Story
This Man Embodies A Thousand Years Of West African Oral History
Watch (or read) Audible high school intern N'Kaela Webster's interview with world-famous griot Alhaji Papa Susso, and see him perform one of his songs. Read now
Inside Audible
USA: Love It ... And Laugh At It
In Audible's new series 'Sounds Like America,' Roy Wood, Jr. and other comedians find the funny in our great divides. Read now
Playlisted
List: This Is What A (Doctor, Scientist, Athlete, Mother, etc.) Looks Like
Books by and about some of the world's most inspiring women, in a range of occupations from athlete to soldier to mother to president. They're introduced by Audible's own Christina Harcar, who leads our peer-mentoring group Women@Audible. Read now
Inside Audible
The Story Behind Those Ads Everyone's Talking About
Audible's creative team had three weeks to put together a series of ads for the biggest awards night in Hollywood. Senior Creative Director Kari Niles' tale of the rip-roaring journey to get there is one for the storybooks. Read now
Inside Audible
Stephen Fry On Sherlock Holmes
The beloved actor, host, and comedian performs a new Sherlock Holmes collection with all his characteristic warmth and erudition. Hear him introduce it and ruminate on the enduring world created by Arthur Conan Doyle. Read now
On Story
The Dazzlingly Different Worlds Of Chinese Vs. Asian-American Sci-Fi
China's sci-fi authors aren't like their Asian-American counterparts--except that both are racking up awards and serious fans. Read now