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After the Eclipse

by Sarah Perry; read by Emily Woo Zeller

Book Page Best of 2017
AudioFile Earphones Winner

After the Eclipse is a fierce memoir of a mother's murder, a daughter's coming-of-age in the wake of immense loss, and her ultimate mission to know the woman who gave her life. Learn More
Alex's Wake

Martin Goldsmith; read by the author

This is a tale of two journeys—one, a journey from the ill-fated voyage of the SS St. Louis in 1939 to the death camp at Auschwitz; the other, a grandson’s journey of remembrance seventy years later. Learn More
All the Wrong Places

Phillip Connors; read by Adam Verner

The prize-winning author of Fire Season returns with the heartrending story of his troubled years of flight. Learn More
All These Things That I've Done

by Matt Pinfield and Mitchell Cohen; read by Mike Chamberlain

"The most trusted opinion in rock music" (Billy Corgan, The Smashing Pumpkins), Matt Pinfield offers the ultimate music fan's memoir, a chronicle of the songs and artists that inspired his improbable career alongside some of the all-time greats, from The Beatles to KISS to U2 to The Killers. Learn More
All You Can Ever Know

by Nicole Chung; read by Janet Song

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Indie Next List

What does it mean to lose your roots—within your culture, within your family—and what happens when you find them? Learn More
Amazing Gracie

Dan Dye and Mark Beckloff; read by Henry Leyva

It’s a love story. A story of salvation. And a rags-to-riches story about a dog—yes, a dog—who launched Three Dog Bakery. Learn More
American Sucker

David Denby; read by Dennis Boutsikaris

Join David Denby, New Yorker critic and otherwise sensible man, on a whirlwind ride through an exuberant stock market, investment feeding frenzy, and the cataclysmic result of greed and illusion. Learn More
The Art of Waiting

by Belle Boggs; read by C.S.E. Cooney

Publishers Weekly Best Book
Finalist PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay

A brilliant exploration of the natural, medical, psychological, and political facets of fertility. In The Art of Waiting, Belle Boggs deftly distills her time of waiting into an expansive contemplation of fertility, choice, and the many possible roads to making a life and making a family. Learn More
The Autobiography of a Transgender Scientist

By Ben Barres; read by Paul Boehmer

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A leading scientist describes his life, his gender transition, his scientific work, and his advocacy for gender equality in science. Learn More
Bad Dog

Martin Kihn; read by David Drummond

A hilarious, acerbic, utterly unleashed story about recovery, and about winning back years of squandered trust—two-legged and four-legged. Learn More
Bastards

Mary Anna King; read by Christina Delaine

In the early 1980s, Mary Hall is a little girl growing up in poverty in Camden, New Jersey, with her older brother Jacob and parents who, in her words, were great at making babies, but not so great at holding on to them. After her father leaves the family, she is raised among a commune of mothers in a low-income housing complex. Then, no longer able to care for the only daughter she has left at home, Marys mother sends Mary away to a small town in Oklahoma to live with her maternal grandparents, who have also been raising her older sister, Rebecca. When Mary is legally adopted by her grandparents, the result is a family story like no other. Because Mary was adopted by her grandparents, Marys mother, Patty, is legally her sister, while her brother, Jacob, is legally her nephew. Learn More
The Beggar King and the Secret of Happiness

Joel ben Izzy; read by Joel ben Izzy

This true tale from storyteller Joel ben Izzy weaves together Izzy's own life story with stories he is known for and that he has collected in his travels. It’s a tale of listening, loving, learning, and letting go. Learn More
The Best of Us

by Joyce Maynard; read by Joyce Maynard

From New York Times bestselling author Joyce Maynard, The Best of Us is a memoir about discovering strength in the midst of great loss. Learn More
Billy

Pamela Stephenson; read by Pamela Stephenson

The best-selling biography of Scottish comedian Billy Connolly, written by the woman who knows him best: his wife. Learn More
Black Virgin Mountain

Larry Heinemann; read by Larry Heinemann

An intense, harrowing recounting of Larry Heinemann’s brutal tour of duty in Southeast Asia that tragically and irrevocably altered his life and that of his family, and the long journey of mourning that led him, ultimately, to reconciliation. Learn More
Border

by Kapka Kassabova; read by Corrie James

Baillie Gifford Prize Shortlist
Saltire Literary Awards Shortlist
Kirkus Best of 2017 2018 National Book Critics Circle Awards Finalist

Border is a scintillating, immersive travel narrative that is also a shadow history of the Cold War, a sideways look at the migration crisis troubling Europe, and a deep, witchy descent into interior and exterior geographies. Learn More
The Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness

by Graham Caveney; read by Jonathan Cowley

NEW! Now Available

An enthralling, emotional memoir that recounts the ups and downs of coming-of-age, set against the music and literature of the 1970s. Learn More
Brain on Fire

Susannah Cahalan; read by Heather Henderson

New York Times bestseller!

A gripping memoir and medical suspense story about a young New York Post reporter’s struggle with a rare and terrifying disease, opening a new window into the fascinating world of brain science. Learn More
Callings

Dave Isay; read by the author

2016 Voice Arts Award Nominee

Stories of passion, courage, and commitment, following individuals as they pursue the work they were born to do, from StoryCorps founder Dave Isay. Learn More
Christopher and His Kind

Christopher Isherwood; read by James Clamp

An engrossing look into the literary, social, and political life of this literary icon during Isherwood’s formative Berlin years (1929-1939). Learn More
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