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24/7 Politics

by Kathryn Cramer Brownell; read by Patricia Shade

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How cable television upended American political life in the pursuit of profits and influence. Learn More
The Actor's Mindset

by Craig Archibald; foreword by Constance Wu; read by Craig Archibald and Constance Wu

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Axiom Award

The Actor's Mindset: Acting as a Craft, Discipline, and Business uniquely prepares actors to live full, successful lives as performing artists. While most acting books focus on either the art or the business of entertainment, Archibald looks at the entire picture of what it means to be an actor, focusing on the foundations of both the artist and the entrepreneur to guarantee a complete and fully functioning approach to a career. Learn More
The Adulterants

by Joe Dunthorne; read by Joe Dunthorne

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For fans of Roddy Doyle, Nick Hornby, and Mark Haddon, The Adulterants is a piercingly funny―and cringingly poignant―take on how hard it is to grow up and how hard it is when you don't.
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After Eden

by John Charles Chasteen; read by Petrea Burchard

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To solve the problems of the twenty-first century, historian John Charles Chasteen argues that we must first know our shared human story. Learn More
Against Technoableism

by Ashley Shew; read by Maria Pendolino

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A manifesto exploding what we think we know about disability, and arguing that disabled people are the real experts when it comes to technology and disability. Learn More
Against the World

by Tara Zahra; read by Natasha Soudek

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A brilliant, eye-opening work of history that speaks volumes about today's battles over international trade, immigration, public health, and global inequality. Learn More
The Age of Deer

by Erika Howsare; read by Erika Howsare

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A masterful hybrid of nature writing and cultural studies that investigates our connection with deer—from mythology to biology, from forests to cities, from coexistence to control and extermination—and invites listeners to contemplate the paradoxes of how humans interact with and shape the natural world. Learn More
Ageing without Ageism?

by Greg Bognar and Axel Gosseries; read by Ulf Bjorkland

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Ageing without Ageism? contributes to the essential and timely discussion of age, ageism, population ageing, and public policy. With contributions from twenty-one authors, the discussion bridges the gap between academia and public life by putting in dialogue fresh philosophical analysis and specific new policy proposals. It approaches familiar issues like age discrimination, justice between age groups, and democratic participation across the ages from novel perspectives. Learn More
Alexandra Petri's US History

by Alexandra Petri; read by Alexandra Petri

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A witty, absurdist satire of the last 500 years, Alexandra Petri's US History is the fake textbook you never knew you needed. Learn More
Alfie and Me

by Carl Safina; read by Carl Safina

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A moving account of raising, then freeing, an orphaned screech owl, whose lasting friendship with the author illuminates humanity's relationship with the world. Learn More
All-Night Pharmacy

by Ruth Madievsky; read by Moniqua Plante

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Rachel Kushner meets David Lynch in this fever dream of an LA novel about a young woman who commits a drunken act of violence just before her sister vanishes without a trace. Learn More
American Journey

by Wes Davis; read by Mitch Crawford

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The epic road trips―and surprising friendship―of John Burroughs, nineteenth-century naturalist, and Henry Ford and Thomas Edison, inventors of the modern age. Learn More
American Visions

by Edward L. Ayers; read by Brandon Pollock

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A revealing history of the formative period when voices of dissent and innovation defied power and created visions of America still resonant today.
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American Zion

by Benjamin E. Park; read by Tom Parks

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The first major history of Mormonism in a decade, drawing on newly available sources to reveal a profoundly divided faith that has nevertheless shaped the nation. Learn More
Americans in a World at War

by Brooke L. Blower; read by Nancy Peterson

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A vivid narrative of an ill-fated Pan American flight during World War II that captures the dramatic backstories of its passengers and, through them, the impact of Americans' global connections. Learn More
The Basic Eight

by Daniel Handler; read by Ann Marie Gideon

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A satire of teenage life follows cynical soon-to-graduate Flannery Culp on a raucous journey through high school in the 1990s, covering SATs, college applications, friends, boyfriends, tabloid journalism, and TV talk shows. A first novel. Learn More
Becoming a Calm Mom

by Deborah Roth Ledley, PhD; read by Lisa Larsen

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Becoming a Calm Mom balances scientifically sound techniques from an experienced cognitive–behavioral therapist with friendly advice from fellow new moms to help moms successfully overcome the self-doubt that so often arrives along with their first bundle of joy. Learn More
Before You Found Me

by Brooke Beyfuss; read by Jeremy Carlisle Parker

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Before You Found Me explores the unlikely bond that develops between two abuse survivors and takes a deep dive into personal sacrifice, morality, and the healing powers of family—both blood and found—from the author of After We Were Stolen. Learn More
Being Social

edited by Kimberley Brownlee, David Jenkins, and Adam Neal; read by Alex Wyndham and Danielle Cohen

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This pioneering collection of original essays aims to remedy the neglect of social needs and rights in human rights theory and practice by exploring the social dimensions of the human-rights minimum. The essays subject enumerated social human rights and proposed social human rights to philosophical scrutiny, and probe the conceptual, normative, and practical implications of taking social human rights seriously. Learn More
The Best That You Can Do

by Amina Gautier; read by LaNecia Edmonds

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Winner of the 2023 Soft Skull-Kimbilio Publishing Prize, a collection of short stories that elaborate the realities of a diasporic existence, split identities, and the beautiful potency of meaningful connections. Learn More
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