Inside Audible
Wally And George: A Chat With An Author And His Narrator
Wally Lamb's sixth novel, "I'll Take You There" is his third to be narrated by George Guidall. Here the two discuss their love of storytelling, and the special collaboration between two artists who deeply respect one another. Read now
Inside Audible
Lee Child Answers Listener Questions About Jack Reacher
We asked Audible listeners which author we should interview next, and the response was overwhelmingly "Lee Child!" Here, the prolific creator of the popular Jack Reacher series answers their questions. 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
Inside Audible
Trevor Noah: A Born Storyteller
"The Daily Show" host and native South African talks about his engrossing new memoir, "Born a Crime," bringing his own story to life in audio, and the greatest gift his mother ever gave him. 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
Inside Audible
Jazz Jennings: In Her Own Words
The transgender teen and activist speaks out about identity, her remarkable personal journey (so far), and narrating her new memoir. Read now
On Story
Roxane Gay Talks To Brit Bennett About Her Compelling Debut Novel 'The Mothers'
The author talks about creating a sense of place that is both specific and universal, writing against stereotypes, and striving toward empathy. Read now