November is Native American Heritage Month, and we’re queuing up can’t-miss audiobooks written by Indigenous authors in the United States. From full-cast productions to author-reads, for fans of literary fiction, memoir, poetry, and stories for little listeners—here are our picks for seven audiobooks to hear now.
The 2021 Booker Prize nominees are here, and Penguin Random House Audio publishes 5 out of 6 of these exceptional novels on audio! The winner will be announced November 3rd, so now’s the time for literary fans to listen to the nominees and speculate on who will take home the honor. READ MORE
Latin and Hispanic Heritage Month is here! Which makes it the perfect time to shake the dust off your playlist and add audiobooks by Latin and Hispanic authors to your literary celebrations. READ MORE
In this episode, meet poet Adrian Matejka, author of Somebody Else Sold the World, artist Pik-Shuen Fung, author of Ghost Forest, and writer David Searcy, author of The Tiny Bee That Hovers at the Center of the World. READ MORE
In this episode, meet writer and translator Randa Jarrar, author of Love is an Ex-Country, acclaimed actor and director Ethan Hawke, author of A Bright Ray of Darkness, and comedian and actress Catherine Cohen, author of God I Feel Modern Tonight. READ MORE
It’s frankly delightful to hear a familiar voice tell a great story, all the more so when that voice belongs to a favorite actor, artist, or musician. This fall, bring one of these household names into your home and listen as they read illuminating memoirs, captivating novels, and frankly awesome picture books. READ MORE