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Dispatches From Puerto Nowhere

by Robert Lopez; read by Lee Osorio

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In Dispatches From Puerto Nowhere: An American Story of Assimilation and Erasure, Robert Lopez paints a compassionate portrait of family that attempts to bridge the past to the present, and reclaim a heritage threatened by assimilation and erasure. Learn More
Jersey Breaks

by Robert Pinsky; read by Robert Pinsky

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Robert Pinsky traces the roots of his work and reflects on how writing poetry helped him make sense of life's challenges, such as his mother's traumatic brain injury, and on his notable public presence, including an unprecedented three terms as United States poet laureate. Learn More
At the Helm

by John H. Dalton; read by Shawn Compton

John Dalton's life is an inspirational American success story. At the Helm traces his journey from modest beginnings in Louisiana to traveling the world and working across private and public sectors and four presidential appointments all culminating in his appointment as the 70th Secretary of the Navy. Learn More
Harder to Breathe

by Ryan Dusick; read by Ryan Dusick

Two decades after Songs About Jane, Maroon 5's original drummer presents an unflinching examination of fame, anxiety, mental health, and recovery. Learn More
Bang Bang Crash

by Nic Brown; read by Nic Brown

A rock and roll drummer abandons his successful music career to pursue his true passion and discovers a deeper understanding of artistic fulfillment in this episodic memoir of swapping one dream for another. Learn More
The Critic's Daughter

by Priscilla Gilman; read by Priscilla Gilman

AudioFile Earphone Award Winner

An exquisitely rendered portrait of a unique father-daughter relationship and a moving memoir of family and identity. Learn More
The White Mosque

by Sofia Samatar; read by Sofia Samatar

PEN American Literary Award Longlist

A historical tapestry of border-crossing travelers, of students, wanderers, martyrs and invaders, The White Mosque is a memoiristic, prismatic record of a journey through Uzbekistan and of the strange shifts, encounters, and accidents that combine to create an identity. Learn More
The View from My Foxhole

by William Swanson; read by Michael Butler Murray

The View from My Foxhole tells William Swanson's story of fighting in Bougainville, Guam, and Iwo Jima. Learn More
From Junkie to Judge

by Mary Beth O'Connor; read by Nikki Zakocs

From a junkie addicted to methamphetamines to a federal judge, Mary Beth O'Connor's memoir shares her inspiring journey from rock bottom to resilience as she forged a personal path to recovery from trauma and addiction. Learn More
Yours Truly

by James R. Hagerty; read by James R. Hagerty

In this surprisingly upbeat book about a usually downbeat subject, The Wall Street Journal's veteran obituary writer, James R. Hagerty, shares his unique skills with those who want to have the last word by crafting their own stories in their own voices—with flourish, honesty, and even humor. Learn More
Against the Wall

by Jenn Budd; read by Jenn Budd

Jenn Budd, the only former US Border Patrol agent to continually blow the whistle on this federal agency's rampant corruption, challenges us—as individuals and as a nation—to face the consequences of our actions. Her journey offers a vital perspective on the unfolding moral crisis of our time. She also gives harrowing testimony about rape culture, white privilege, women in law enforcement, LGBTQ issues, mental illness, survival, and forgiveness. Learn More
Icons and Instincts

by Vincent Paterson; read by Peter Berkrot

For the first time, the choreographer of Michael Jackson, Madonna, Björk, and many others reveals stage stories through his extraordinary journey. Learn More
I Dream with Open Eyes

by George Prochnik; read by Malcolm Hillgartner

A journey of reckoning and renewal, this story of family history and future dreams is an examination of the individual imagination as a catalyst for social change. Learn More
The Envoy

by Gordon Sondland; read by Jonathan Todd Ross

This is a behind-the-scenes look at Trump, his cabinet, and an international diplomacy you've never seen before. Learn More
How to Begin When Your World Is Ending

by Molly Phinney Baskette; read by Molly Phinney Baskette

Moving, witty, and probing, Molly Baskette's practical and spiritual perspective will appeal to readers of Lori Gottlieb's Maybe You Should Talk to Someone and Kate Bowler's Everything Happens for a Reason. Learn More
Head On

by Larry Csonka; read by Phil Thron

Larry Csonka's Head On is a captivating, nostalgic account of grit, grace, and gumption told by an iconic Hall of Famer who continues to gain ground—figuratively, literally, and unapologetically—every day. Learn More
Dance or Die

by Ahmad Joudeh; read by Neil Shah

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

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

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
Black Ice

by Lorene Cary; read by Lorene Cary

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
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