Ardently Admired: Jane Austen Retellings on Audio

Independent heroines, sharp social commentary, and the complicated business of love are all staples of Jane Austen novels that have proven timeless. Oh, alright, and she writes romantic leads who make downright dreamy declarations of love. Perhaps that’s why we often find ourselves with the remote in hand, queueing up one of the many brilliant Austen film adaptations (and debating our friends about which one is the best). READ MORE

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PRHA Pride: Dynamic & Compelling LGBTQIA+ Protagonists

A woman that longs for more outside the labels of “mother” and “wife”, a devil-worshipping goddess that falls in love with her archenemy, a young man who truly has yet to discover himself beyond his relationship status and career goals, and a key player in the criminal underworld who falls for a friend amidst a large drug deal. READ MORE

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Your Long Weekend Listening Companions
Your Long Weekend Listening Companions

Who would you rather spend a long weekend with: a former child actor fresh from a Hollywood cult, a book editor and a literary agent who are on the road to enemies-to-lovers, or a family whose whole thing is having a closet full of scandalous skeletons?

Trick question, you don’t have to choose! With audiobooks you can hang out with all of them from the comfort of your own earbuds and without any fear of uncovering deadly secrets from the hottie neighbor next door. Browse our entire list, and fill your long weekend with characters.

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Olugbemisola Rhuday Perkovich, Elif Batuman, Tad Friend
On the Podcast: Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, Elif Batuman, and Tad Friend

In this episode, meet children’s fiction and non-fiction author Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich, author of Mae Makes a Way, author of Pulitzer Prize finalist The Idiot Elif Batuman, author of Either/Or, and The New Yorker staff writer Tad Friend, author of In the Early Times. READ MORE

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