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From comedians George Carlin and Paula Poundstone to the Pretty Good Jokes series from A Prairie Home Companion, these audio collections are sure to keep you laughing. For more fun, check out the Car Talk collections under Public Radio.

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The Improbability of Love

by Hannah Rothschild; read by Adam James and Kristin Atherton

Reeling from a sudden breakup, thirty-one-year-old Annie McDee is rummaging through a secondhand shop, when an anonymous old painting catches her eye. The artwork becomes hers, and Annie begins to suspect that it may be more valuable than she'd thought. Soon she is pursued by parties who would do anything to possess her picture: an exiled Russian oligarch, an avaricious sheikha, an unscrupulous art dealer. In her search for the painting's identity, Annie will unwittingly discover some of the darkest secrets of European history—and the possibility of falling in love again. Learn More
Improv Nation

by Sam Wasson; read by David deVries

From the bestselling author of Fosse, a sweeping yet intimate—and often hilarious—history of a uniquely American art form that has never been more popular. Sam Wasson charts the meteoric rise of improv in this richly reported, scene-driven narrative that, like its subject, moves fast and digs deep. Learn More
John Goblikon's Guide to Living Your Best Life

by John Goblikon with Brandon Dermer & Dave Rispoli; read by John Goblikon & Nicky “Scorpion” Calonne

John Goblikon walks listeners through crucial life steps, from becoming internet famous, to getting dates with special someones, to even correct ordering techniques for the perfect meal at Chili's. Learn More
The Joke-Off

Sam Hoffman and Eric Spiegelman, Editors

Following in the footsteps of the already bestselling (LA Times list) Old Jews Telling Jokes, The Joke-Off is a unique-to-audio collection. Learn More
The Kids in the Hall

by Paul Myers; Foreword by Seth Myers

Perfect for diehard fans and new initiates alike, The Kids in the Hall: One Dumb Guy will make you laugh and make you cry . . . and it may even crush your head. Learn More
Lake Wobegon U.S.A.

Garrison Keillor; performed by Garrison Keillor

Lake Wobegon U.S.A. contains 16 touching, exquisitely funny monologues from Garrison Keillor recorded during American Radio Company broadcasts from tour stops all over the country. Learn More
The Lake Wobegon Virus

by Garrison Keillor; read by Garrison Keillor; instrumental soloist Richard Dworsky - piano

Bestselling author and humorist Garrison Keillor returns to one of America's most beloved mythical towns, beset by a contagion of alarming candor. Learn More
LaserWriter II

by Tamara Shopsin; read by Tamara Shopsin

From the incomparable New York Times and New Yorker illustrator Tamara Shopsin, a debut novel about a NYC printer repair technician who comes of age alongside the Apple computer. Learn More
Let There Be Laughter

By Michael Krasny; read by the author

From the host of NPR affiliate's Forum with Michael Krasny, a compendium of Jewish jokes that packs the punches with hilarious riff after riff and also offers a window into Jewish culture. Learn More
Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them

Al Franken; read by Al Franken

Franken trains his subversive wit directly on the contemporary political scene, earning him the nickname the "master of political humor" (Washington Post) . Learn More
Live from New York

Tom Shales and James Andrew Miller; read by Christopher Burns, Eric Conger, Agnes Herrman, Jeffrey Joseph, Phil Lee, Don Leslie, Kevin McCue, Beth McDonald, Ron McLarty, Paula Parker, Charles Stransky, and Oliver Wyman

Live from New York does what no other book about the show has ever done: It lets the people who were there tell the story in their own words, blunt and loving and uncensored. Learn More
Long Time Leaving

Roy Blount Jr.; read by Roy Blount Jr.

It's North against South, and Georgia-born humorist and social commentator Roy Blount, Jr., now a resident of the Northeast, is debating exactly which side should win the titles Most Eccentric and Most Misunderstood. Learn More
Love, Sex and Other Foreign Policy Goals

Jesse Armstrong; read by Chris Addison

In Jesse Armstrong's debut novel, Love, Sex, and Other Foreign Policy Goals, a group of activists decide to take a play to the former Yugoslavia at the height of the war. Learn More
Mac on a Hot Tin Roof

by Melinda Metz; read by Elise Arsenault

Melinda Metz presents Mac on a Hot Tin Roof, inspired by the true story of a kleptomaniac cat who stole his way into America's heart. Learn More

by Ian Doescher & Jacopo della Quercia; read by Susan Bennett, Rachel Botchan, Eliza Foss, Christopher Gebauer, Johnny Heller, Brian Hutchison, Jennifer O’Donnell, Thomas Picasso, Jonathan Todd Ross, T Ryder Smith, Henry Strozier, Jaine Ye, and Adam Grupp

For listeners craving a humorous antidote to the sound and the fury of American politics, this clever satire, written in iambic pentameter in the style of Shakespeare, wittily fictionalizes the events of the first two years of the Trump administration. Learn More
The Madwoman and the Roomba

by Sandra Tsing Loh; read by Sandra Tsing Loh

Sandra Tsing Loh, author of The Madwoman and the Volvo, presents her latest book. Learn More
Man vs. Child

by Doug Moe; read by Doug Moe

Balancing relatable humor with heartfelt advice, Man vs. Child will appeal to any dad looking for both laughs and real guidance from a man who has had—and survived—these experiences himself. A perfect Father’s Day gift or present for a first-time dad! Learn More
Mennonite in a Little Black Dress

Rhoda Janzen; read by Hillary Huber

Written with wry humor and huge personality—and tackling faith, love, family, and aging—Mennonite in a Little Black Dress is an immensely moving memoir of healing, certain to touch anyone who has ever had to look homeward in order to move ahead. Learn More

Nell Zink; read by Cassandra Campbell

A sharply observed, mordantly funny, and startlingly original debut from an exciting, unconventional new voice, about the making and unmaking of the American family that lays bare all of our assumptions about race and racism, sexuality and desire. Learn More
Mommies Who Drink

Brett Paesel; read by Brett Paesel

Wickedly funny and irreverent, yet deeply honest and touching, Mommies Who Drink confronts a brave new world of motherhood. Learn More
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