Claudie Wells is growing up at the height of the Harlem Renaissance: it’s 1922, and she’s surrounded by writers and poets, painters and sculptors, actors and dancers, singers and musicians. READ MORE
In our humble opinion, the reason for the season is not snow or twinkly lights or holiday parties: it’s soup. READ MORE
Hear from those who have held the highest offices in the United States in these outstanding audiobook memoirs. From their early lives to their ascent into public office, each of their reflections are inspiring and insightful. READ MORE
Introducing the new video series from Penguin Random House Audio:
Meet the Voice!
Each month, Meet the Voice will put the spotlight on one of our narrators through one-on-one discussions with PRHA producers. Audiobook listeners will learn more about who the readers of their favorite audiobooks are–inside and outside of the recording booth. READ MORE
There are so many news stories coming out every day that, sometimes, you only have time to get quick soundbites on each topic. However, when a topic catches your interest—whether it’s the latest breaking news on Russia, or exploration of our criminal justice system—you can take a deeper dive into it by finding an audiobook dedicated to it. READ MORE
Staying in shape for summer trips to the beach is no easy featâ€”especially when there are so many fun activities going on and so many cool icy treats to eat. So how can you get that little bit of extra motivation for your early-morning run? READ MORE
“I wrote my book because Iâ€™ve been thinking about what has gone wrong in our relations between men and women for as long as Iâ€™ve been an adult. As I say in the book, my life tracks almost perfectly with the modern second-wave feminist movement, and I think I have a perspective that lifespan gives me about what has gone right and wrong with the movement.”
Learn more about SEX MATTERS.