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Dance or Die

by Ahmad Joudeh; read by Neil Shah

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November

A Syria-born dancer offers his deeply personal story of war, statelessness, and the pursuit of the art of dance in this inspirational memoir. Learn More
Inexplicably Me

by Chelsea Austin Montgomery-Duban Wächter; read by Chelsea Austin Montgomery-Duban Wächter

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November

A hilariously moving and inspirational memoir of a girl with two gay dads, navigating her way through life with joy, love, gratitude, and an excellent sense of humor. Learn More
Am I Alone Here?

by Peter Orner; read by Chris Abernathy

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available October

This National Book Critics Circle Award winner is "an entrancing attempt to catch what falls between: the irreducibly personal, messy, even embarrassing ways reading and living bleed into each other, which neither literary criticism nor autobiography ever quite acknowledges" (The New York Times). Learn More
The Yank

by John Crawley; read by David de Vries

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available October

1975: A young Irish-American man joins an elite US Marine unit to get the most intensive military training possible—then joins the Irish Republican Army, during the days of some of the bloodiest fighting ever in the Irish-British conflict. Learn More
Still No Word from You

by Peter Orner; read by Chris Abernathy

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available October

A new collection of pieces on literature and life by the author of Am I Alone Here?, a finalist for the NBCC Award for Criticism. Learn More
Black Ice

by Lorene Cary; read by Lorene Cary

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available September

A black teenager from Philadelphia describes her experiences in an exclusive New England prep school, first as a student coming to terms with a new and different way of life, and then as a teacher at her alma mater. Learn More
Broken

by Paul LeBlanc; read by Adam Barr

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available September

Many of the systems built to serve people instead do more harm than good. In Broken, Dr. Paul LeBlanc, president of Southern New Hampshire University, draws on his experience working in one such system—education—to reconnect us to the human facets of serving people. In doing so, he charts a course for rebuilding and reinhabiting better systems across education, healthcare, criminal justice, government, and more. Learn More
A Thousand Ways to Pay Attention

by Rebecca Schiller; read by Rebecca Schiller

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available August

In this "exquisite and probing narrative" (Publishers Weekly) of life on her small farm in the year leading up to a surprising diagnosis of severe ADHD, Rebecca Schiller pens a vivid rallying cry for anyone wondering if different doesn't have to mean broken. Learn More
Autoportrait

by Jesse Ball; read by James Patrick Cronin

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available August

A work of unflinching honesty, Autoportrait is a hypnotic memoir of reflection, loss, and everyday joy from one of America's best contemporary novelists. Learn More
This Story Will Change

by Elizabeth Crane; read by Elizabeth Crane

NEW! Now Available

Rachel Cusk meets Nora Ephron in this intimate and evolving portrait about the end of a marriage and how life can fall apart and be rebuilt in wonderful and surprising ways. Learn More
Mothercare

by Lynne Tillman; read by Kim Niemi

NEW! Now Available

For readers of Joan Didion's The Year of Magical Thinking, and Simone de Beauvior's A Very Easy Death, Mothercare is an honest and beautifully written account of a sudden and drastically changed relationship with one's mother, and of the time and labor spent navigating the American healthcare system. Learn More
Somewhere Out There

by Don Bluth; read by Don Bluth

NEW! Now Available

After more than five decades in Hollywood, Don Bluth, the man behind some of the most iconic animated films ever made, tells his story. Learn More
Dirtbag, Massachusetts

by Isaac Fitzgerald; read by Isaac Fitzgerald

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Indie Next List
A TIME Best Book of the Summer
A Rolling Stone Top Culture Pick

Isaac Fitzgerald has lived many lives. He's been an altar boy, a bartender, a fat kid, a smuggler, a biker, a prince of New England. But before all that, he was a bomb that exploded his parents' lives--or so he was told. In Dirtbag, Massachusetts, Fitzgerald, with warmth and humor, recounts his ongoing search for forgiveness, a more far-reaching vision of masculinity, and a more expansive definition of family and self. Learn More
On Our Way Home from the Revolution

by Sonya Bilocerkowycz; read by Sonya Bilocerkowycz

NEW! Now Available

In these linked essays, Sonya Bilocerkowycz invites listeners to meet a swirling cast of post-Soviet characters, including a Russian intelligence officer who finds Osama bin Laden a few weeks after 9/11; a Ukrainian poet whose nose gets broken by Russian separatists; and a long-lost relative who drives a bus into the heart of Chernobyl. On Our Way Home from the Revolution muddles our easy distinctions between innocence and culpability, agency and fate. Learn More
Black Heart Fades Blue

by Jerry A. Lang; read by David de Vries

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available June

Volume three of Black Heart Fades Blue, a three-part memoir by the founder and frontman for one of punk rock's most notorious acts, Poison Idea. Learn More
Black Heart Fades Blue

by Jerry A. Lang; read by David de Vries

NEW! Now Available

Volume two of Black Heart Fades Blue, a three-part memoir by the founder and frontman for one of punk rock's most notorious acts, Poison Idea. Learn More
Black Heart Fades Blue

by Jerry A. Lang; read by David de Vries

NEW! Now Available

Volume one of Black Heart Fades Blue, a three-part memoir by the founder and frontman for one of punk rock's most notorious acts, Poison Idea. Learn More
Red Paint

by Sasha LaPointe; read by Sasha LaPointe

NEW! Now Available
A NYLON Must-Read Book of the Month
A Bustle Most Anticipated Book of the Month

An Indigenous artist blends the aesthetics of punk rock with the traditional spiritual practices of the women in her lineage in this bold, contemporary journey to reclaim her heritage and unleash her power and voice while searching for a permanent home. Learn More
The Road Bends

by Sami Yaffa with Tommi Liimatta; read by Sami Yaffa

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Sami Yaffa is a bass guitar legend, an icon of the rock world, and an uncompromising walker of his own way, who rose to prominence as the bassist of the mythical Hanoi Rocks. This is his story. Learn More
The Upstander

by Jori Epstein; foreword by Michael Berenbaum; read by Jori Epstein

NEW! Now Available

Infused with raw emotion and vivid detail, this memoir relays holocaust survivor Max Glauben's powerful lifetime commitment to actively thwarting hate and galvanizing resilience. Max insists you, too, can transform your adversity into your greatest strength. Learn More
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