â€śThe historian [Louis F.] Burns once wrote, â€™To believe that the Osages survived intact from their ordeal is a delusion of the mind. What has been possible to salvage has been saved and is dearer to our hearts because it survived. What is gone is treasured because it was what we once were. We gather our past and present into the depths of our being and face tomorrow. We are still Osage. We live and we reach old age for our forefathers.â€™â€ť Read more
National Poetry Month was first celebrated in 1996. Since then, April has been a month to absorb, share, and celebrate poets and their words. Begin your month of poetry with one of these lyrical, diverse audiobooks: Read more
Taxes are always at top of mind in the beginning of April. So whether youâ€™ve already filed and are awaiting a sweet refund, or youâ€™re frantically doing the math now and preparing to pay more, this is a good time to get a handle on your personal finances. With these audiobooks, youâ€™ll learn about saving, Â planning for your future, and maybe even making more money. Read more
Siblings. Thereâ€™s no relationship quite like the one you share with them. They can be your best friends or your worst enemies. No matter what, though, life wouldnâ€™t be the same without them. From lighthearted to deeply emotional, these books celebrate and explore that special sibling bond. Read more
Photographer Tyler Knott Gregson stumbled upon a vintage Remington typewriter for sale. Standing up and using a page from a broken book he was buying for $2, he typed a poem without thinking, without planning, and without the ability to revise anything.Â Three years and almost one thousand poems later, Tyler is now known as the creator of the Typewriter Series: a striking collection of poems typed onto found scraps of paper or created via blackout method. Listen to him read oneÂ of his poems from his book, Chasers of the Light.
Modern humans have always wanted to crack the mysteries of outer space and life on other planets, subjects that have been tackled by everyone from scientists to novelists. Weâ€™ve selected six entertaining, thought-provoking, thrilling titles about aliens and space for your listening pleasure. Read more
If the old adage â€śApril showers bring May flowersâ€ť is true, then I anticipate spending more time indoors than out this month. To keep me company (and from going stir crazy), Iâ€™ll listen to a bunch of different programs, music, and books. Hereâ€™s a peek: Read more