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American Routes

Nick Spitzer

Take a journey across the American soundscape—from the bayous to the beltways, from crossroads to crosstown, from coast to coast, embracing a wide swath of our musical culture and exploring the boundaries where genres meet and overlap. Learn More
Anatomy of a Song

by Marc Myers; read by Jonathan Yen

Every great song has a story that needs to be told. In Anatomy of a Song, based on the ongoing Wall Street Journal column, writer and music historian Marc Myers brings to life five decades of music through forty-five transformative hits and oral-history interviews with the artists who created them. Learn More
Artful

Ali Smith; read by the author

The brilliantly inventive novelist Ali Smith melds fiction and essay into a magical hybrid form, a song of praise to the power of story in our lives. Learn More
The Auctioneer

Simon de Pury; read by Ralph Lister

2016 Voice Arts Award Nominee

In this eye-opening memoir, Simon de Pury, a distinguished auctioneer and art dealer, provides a lively account of his flashy career and today's soaring art market - revealing a jet-setting, powerful, and private club of elites who buy, sell, and collect the world’s most expensive art. Learn More
Big Tech Tyrants

by Floyd Brown & Todd Cefaratti; read by Shawn Compton

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

Big Tech Tyrants: How Silicon Valley's Stealth Practices Addict Teens, Silence Speech, and Steal Your Privacy is an eye-opening, must-listen book for anyone living in the twenty-first century. Learn More
Broadcast Hysteria

A. Brad Schwartz; read by Sean Runnette

The enthralling and never-told story of the War of the Worlds radio drama and its true aftermath. Learn More
Burning Down the Haus

by Tim Mohr; read by Matthew Lloyd Davies


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BookPage Best Books of 2018

Rollicking, cinematic, deeply researched, highly readable, and thrillingly topical, Burning Down the Haus brings to life the young men and women who successfully fought authoritarianism three chords at a time—and is a fiery testament to the irrepressible spirit of resistance. Learn More
Candyfreak

Steve Almond; read by Oliver Wyman

Part candy porn, part candy polemic, part social history, part confession, Candyfreak explores the role candy plays in our lives as both source of pleasure and escape from pain. Learn More
Chopin's Piano

by Paul Kildea; read by Matthew Waterson

NEW! Now Available

The captivating story of Frédéric Chopin and the fate of both his Mallorquin piano and musical Romanticism from the early nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. Learn More
Cleopatra

by Harold Bloom; read by Simon Vance

NEW! Now Available

From Harold Bloom, one of the greatest Shakespeare scholars of our time, comes an intimate, wise, deeply compelling portrait of Cleopatra—one of the Bard's most riveting and memorable female characters. Learn More
The Club

by Joshua Robinson & Jonathan Clegg; read by Shaun Grindell

NEW! Now Available

Deeply researched and drawing on 100 exclusive interviews including the key decision-makers at every major English team—from aristocrats like Manchester United and Arsenal, to the arrivistes at Chelsea and Manchester City—The Club is the definitive and wildly entertaining narrative of how the Premier League took over the world. Learn More
The Collector of Lives

by Ingrid Rowland & Noah Charney; read by Jennifer M. Dixon

NEW! Now Available

Lauded by Sarah Bakewell as "insightful, gripping, and thoroughly enjoyable," The Collector of Lives reveals how one Renaissance scholar completely redefined how we look at art. Learn More
The Collector’s Apprentice

by B. A. Shapiro; read by Xe Sands

NEW! Now Available
Indie Next List

B. A. Shapiro presents an unforgettable tale about the lengths to which people will go for their obsession, whether it be art, money, love, or vengeance. Learn More
Critics, Monsters, Fanatics, and Other Literary Essays

Cynthia Ozick; read by Donna Postel

In a collection that includes new essays written explicitly for this volume, one of our sharpest and most influential critics confronts the past, present, and future of literary culture. Learn More
Doctor Who Psychology

Edited by Travis Langley, Foreword by Katy Manning; read by Esther Wane and Matthew Lloyd Davies

With a foreword by Third Doctor Companion Katy Manning and interviews with actors who played Doctors new and old, Doctor Who Psychology travels through the how and why of Who. It's all timey-wimey. Learn More
Dreams to Remember

Mark Ribowsky; read by Dan John Miller

A soul icon and the Southern music he helped popularize come to life in this moving requiem. Learn More
Falstaff

by Harold Bloom; read by Simon Vance

NEW! Now Available

From Harold Bloom, one of the greatest Shakespeare scholars of our time comes "a timely reminder of the power and possibility of words [and] the last love letter to the shaping spirit of Bloom's imagination" (front page, The New York Times Book Review) and an intimate, wise, deeply compelling portrait of Falstaff—one of Shakespeare's greatest enduring and most complex comedic characters. Learn More
A Family Christmas

Selected and Introduced by Caroline Kennedy; read by Caroline Kennedy and an ensemble cast

Just in time for the holidays: a collection of beloved Christmas stories and writings that every family will cherish. Learn More
Feuding Fan Dancers

by Leslie Zemeckis; read by Christa Lewis

NEW! Now Available

Leslie Zemeckis continues to discover the forgotten feminist histories of the golden age of entertainment, turning her sights on the lost stories of Sally Rand and Faith Bacon—icons who each claimed to be the inventor of the notorious fan dance.
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Five Miles Away, A World Apart

by Ryan E. James; read by Adam Lofbomm

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

Exhaustively researched and elegantly written by one of the nation's leading education law scholars, Five Miles Away, A World Apart ties together, like no other book, a half-century's worth of education law and politics into a coherent, if disturbing, whole. It will be of interest to anyone who has ever wondered why our schools are so unequal and whether there is anything to be done about it. Learn More
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