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Black Heart Fades Blue

by Jerry A. Lang; read by David de Vries

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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

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NPR Best Books of 2022
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

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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
Bird Brother

by Rodney Stotts with Kate Pipkin; read by James Fouhey

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To escape the tough streets of Southeast Washington DC in the late 1980s, young Rodney Stotts would ride the metro to the Smithsonian National Zoo. There, the bald eagles and other birds of prey captured his imagination for the first time. In Bird Brother, Rodney shares his unlikely journey to becoming a conservationist and one of America's few Black master falconers. Learn More
Things I Don't Want to Know

by Deborah Levy; read by Henrietta Meire

A shimmering jewel of a book about writing from two-time Booker Prize finalist Deborah Levy.
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High Yella

by Steve Majors; read by Terrence Kidd

In his remarkable and moving memoir, Steve Majors gathers the shards of a broken past to piece together a portrait of a man on an extraordinary journey toward Blackness, queerness, and parenthood. High Yella delivers its hard-won lessons on love, life, and family with exceptional grace. Learn More
Fathers, Brothers, and Sons

by Frank Bello and Joel McIver; read by Frank Bello

Frank Bello, bassist with the legendary New York thrash metal band Anthrax, presents his long-awaited memoir. Learn More
Architects of Self-Destruction

by John Gentile and Brad Logan; read by Brad Logan

Architects of Self-Destruction: An Oral History of Leftöver Crack traces the band's entire history by speaking to the band members themselves, fellow musicians, their fans, and of course, those that still hold a grudge against the LoC. Learn More
Letter to a Young Female Physician

by Suzanne Koven; read by Suzanne Koven

A poignant and funny exploration of authenticity in work and life by a woman doctor. Learn More
It's Not a Rumour

by Frederick Moore; read by Michael Butler Murray

It's Not a Rumour is an unorthodox, hysterical story of survival, and of making it big in music and life without ever making a dime. Learn More
Windswept

by Annabel Abbs; read by Fenella Fudge

Annabel Abbs's Windswept: Walking the Paths of Trailblazing Women is a beautifully written meditation on connecting with the outdoors through the simple act of walking. In captivating and elegant prose, Abbs follows in the footsteps of women who boldly reclaimed wild landscapes for themselves, including Georgia O'Keeffe, Nan Shepherd, Gwen John, Daphne du Maurier, and Simone de Beauvoir. Learn More
Hallucinations from Hell

by Gregg H. Turner; read by Gregg H. Turner

From his time at Creem Magazine in the 1970s and '80s to the formation of the Angry Samoans in Los Angeles, and all the travels, trials, and tribulations that occurred after, Gregg Turner takes us through a wild ride of stories he's heard, stories he's lived, and some he may or may not have made up. Learn More
A Ghost in the Throat

by Doireann Ní Ghríof; read by Siobhan McSweeney


National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist
Longlisted for the 2021 Republic of Consciousness Prize
A Buzzfeed Recommended Summer Read
A Book Riot Best Book of 2022
An NPRBest Book of 2021

Moving fluidly between past and present, quest and elegy, poetry and those who make it, A Ghost in the Throat is a shapeshifting book: a record of literary obsession; a narrative about the erasure of a people, of a language, of women; a meditation on motherhood and on translation; and an unforgettable story about finding your voice by freeing another's. Learn More
Real Estate

by Deborah Levy; read by Henrietta Meire

In this vibrant memoir, Deborah Levy employs her characteristic indelible writing, sharp wit, and acute insights to craft a searing examination of womanhood and ownership. Learn More
Always Crashing in the Same Car

by Matthew Specktor; read by Matthew Specktor

Blending memoir and cultural criticism, Matthew Specktor explores family legacy, the lives of artists, and a city that embodies both dreams and disillusionment. Learn More
I Live a Life Like Yours

by Jan Grue; read by Graham Halstead

A brilliantly rendered essayistic autobiography from an award-winning Norwegian author about life in a vulnerable body. Learn More
Bob Goes to Jail

by Rob Sedgwick; read by Roger Wayne

Rob Sedgwick presents his hilarious and touching memoir, Bob Goes to Jail. Learn More
Permanent Damage

by Mercy Fontenot, Lyndsey Parker; read by Natasha Soudek

Mercy Fontenot was a Zelig who grew up in the San Francisco Haight-Ashbury scene, where she crossed paths with Charles Manson, went to the first Acid Test, and was friends with Jimi Hendrix (she was later in his movie Rainbow Bridge). Written just prior to her death in 2020, Permanent Damage shows us the world of the 1960s and 1970s music scene through Mercy's eyes. Learn More
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