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#HashtagActivism

by Moya Bailey, Sarah J. Jackson, & Brooke Foucault Welles; foreword by Genie Lauren; read by Lisa Reneé Pitts

How marginalized groups use Twitter to advance counter-narratives, preempt political spin, and build diverse networks of dissent.
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The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States

by Jeffrey Lewis; read by Neil Hellegers

The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States posits that there was a nuclear attack against the U.S. on March 21, 2020 by North Korea, and that a national bipartisan commission was created to investigate what and how it happened. Learn More
21 Things You Need to Know About Diabetes Omnibus Edition

by Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE, FAND, & Scott A. Cunneen, MD, FACS, FASMBS, & Nancy Sayles Kaneshiro, & Stephanie A. Dunbar, MPH, RD, & Cassandra L. Verdi, MPH, RD, & Neil M. Scheffler, DPM, FACFAS; read by Norah Tocci

HighBridge Audio presents four titles in the American Diabetes Association's 21 Things series, collected here in an essential, must-listen omnibus edition. Learn More
The A-Fib Cure

by Dr. T. Jared Bunch, Dr. John D. Day, Matthew D. LaPlante; read by Adam Barr

In clear, accessible, patient-centric language, Drs. Day and Bunch share their revolutionary approach to treating atrial fibrillation, developed through a combined fifty-three years working with a-fib patients. Learn More
Advice for Future Corpses (and Those Who Love Them)

by Sallie Tisdale; read by Gabra Zackman

A straightforward, wise, and humorous narrative field guide for both the dying and those who love them by an author who brings a unique set of qualifications to this delicate subject—she's a Pushcart Prize-winning writer, a palliative care nurse with more than ten years of experience, and a lifelong Buddhist. Learn More
Alien Virus Love Disaster

by Abbey Mei Otis; read by Nicole Poole & Eric Martin


Washington Post Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2018

Abbey Mei Otis has long been fascinated in using strange situations to explore dynamics of power, oppression, and grief, and the twelve stories collected here are at once a striking indictment of the present and a powerful warning about the future. Learn More
Alzheimer's Disease

Mary T. Newport, MD; read by Randye Kaye

In the second edition of the bestseller Alzheimer's Disease: What If There Was a Cure?, Dr. Newport, a neonatal practitioner, continues the story of Steve's progress and provides the most recent research on a variety of topics, including possible causes of Alzheimer's and how infection, inflammation, and genetic makeup may affect an individual's response to fatty acid therapy. Learn More
American Eclipse

by David Baron; read by Jonathan Yen

This epic story of a nineteenth-century celestial drama will enthrall readers, as the first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in 99 years plunges America into darkness. Learn More
Annoying

Joe Palca and Flora Lichtman; read by the authors

Two crackerjack science journalists from NPR look at why some things (and some people!) drive us crazy. Learn More
The Apocalypse Factory

by Steve Olson; read by Jonathan Yen

A thrilling narrative of scientific triumph, decades of secrecy, and the unimaginable destruction wrought by the creation of the atomic bomb. Learn More
Are We Bodies or Souls?

by Richard Swinburne

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

Many think that we are just complicated machines, or animals that are different from machines only by being conscious. In Are We Bodies or Souls? Richard Swinburne comes to the defense of the soul and presents new philosophical arguments that are supported by modern neuroscience. Learn More
Are We There Yet?

by Dan Albert; read by Michael Butler Murray

In Are We There Yet?, Dan Albert combines historical scholarship with personal narrative to explore how car culture has suffused America’s DNA. Learn More
Aroused

by Randi Hutter Epstein, MD; read by Donna Postel

Aroused is a guided tour through the strange science of hormones and the age-old quest to control them. Learn More
Assembling Life

by David Deamer; read by Stephen R. Thorne

In Assembling Life, David Deamer addresses questions that are the cutting edge of research on the origin of life. For instance, how did non-living organic compounds assemble into the first forms of primitive cellular life? What was the source of those compounds and the energy that produced the first nucleic acids? Did life begin in the ocean or in fresh water on terrestrial land masses? Learn More
At What Cost

by Nicholas Freudenberg; read by Stephen Bel Davies

An incisive and powerful investigation of corporate impact on human and planetary well-being. Learn More
The Autobiography of a Transgender Scientist

By Ben Barres; read by Paul Boehmer

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

by Michelle Nijhuis; read by Christina Delaine

A vibrant history of the modern conservation movement—told through the lives and ideas of the people who built it. Learn More
Big Mind

by Geoff Mulgan; read by Julian Elfer

Informed by the latest work on data, web platforms, and artificial intelligence, Big Mind shows how collective intelligence could help us survive and thrive. Learn More
The Big Ratchet

Ruth DeFries; read by Pam Ward

Is global warming the end of humanity? Or just another turn in a long-standing cycle of human evolution and innovation? DeFries explores the “ratchets” that have occurred over human history. Learn More
Big Science

Michael Hiltzik; read by Bob Souer

From a Pulitzer Prizewinning journalist and Los Angeles Times contributor, the untold story of how science went big, built the bombs that helped win World War II, and became dependent on government and industryand the forgotten genius who started it all, Ernest Lawrence. Learn More
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