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Kalorama Audio is a leading audio publisher for politics and policy. Kalorama Audio has developed partnerships with journalists, authors, and commentators writing about politics, policy initiatives, and public discourse.

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Vote With Your Phone

by Bradley Tusk; read by Kyle Tait

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

Democracy is broken because the way we vote is broken. But there is a solution: Mobile Voting. Learn More
Capturing News, Capturing Democracy

by Kate Wright, Martin Scott, and Mel Bunce; read by Tom Campbell

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

Drawing from in-depth interviews with network managers and journalists, and analysis of private correspondence and internal documents, Kate Wright, Martin Scott, and Mel Bunce analyze how political appointees, White House officials, and right-wing media influenced The Voice of America (VOA)—changing its reporting of the Black Lives Matter movement, and the 2020 presidential election. Learn More
Disruption?

by Sean M. Theriault; read by Dina Pearlman and Perry Daniels

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

What happens when a tradition-bound institution encounters an iconoclastic president intent on changing how the government operates? In Disruption?, Sean M. Theriault has gathered nineteen leading authors from a range of subfields to provide a compelling understanding for if, how, and to what extent Trump disrupted the Senate. Learn More
Pardon Power

by Kim Wehle; read by Holly Adams

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

If you've ever wondered about the constitutional basis for presidential pardons, this book explains it, offering examples from the recent and distant past. Follow constitutional law professor and popular newsroom commentator Kim Wehle through a fascinating rundown of how this executive power has been—and might be—used by American presidents. Learn More
States of Health

by Leslie P. Francis and John G. Francis; read by Linda Jones

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

Is it morally or politically acceptable to have wide differences in the quality of health care when one crosses a state line? States of Health identifies the practical relevance of federalism to people facing ethical decisions about health and health care, and it considers the theoretical justifications for permissible differences among states. Learn More
Oceans Rise Empires Fall

by Gerald Toal; read by Al Kessel

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

A powerful explanation of why geopolitical competition makes implementing effective climate change policies so difficult. As the Russia-Ukraine war has shown, great-power competition drives states to prioritize fossil fuel acquisition over working toward a zero-carbon future. Learn More
The Trump Indictments

by Melissa Murray and Andrew Weissmann; read by Christopher Douyard

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

Collecting the four unprecedented indictments against Donald Trump, this essential volume features extensive commentary by NYU law professors and MSNBC contributors Melissa Murray and Andrew Weissmann. Learn More
White Poverty

by Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II; with Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove; read by Bill Andrew Quinn

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

A generational work with far-ranging social and political implications, White Poverty promises to be one of the most influential books in recent years. Learn More
Disability and Political Representation

by Elizabeth Evans and Stefanie Reher; read by Maria Pendolino

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

Disability and Political Representation explores how disabled people experience the various stages and aspects of the representation process, drawing upon extensive empirical research and a variety of qualitative and quantitative data. It discusses why increasing the number of disabled politicians matters, not only as a matter of justice and equality but also to better represent the issues and interests of importance to disabled people. Learn More
Stories are Weapons

by Annalee Newitz; read by Alexandra Cohler

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

A sharp and timely exploration of the dark art of manipulation through weaponized storytelling, from the bestselling author of Four Lost Cities. Learn More
Seeing Red

by Sarah Oates and Gordon Neil Ramsay; read by Emily Durante

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

From the 2020 elections to the Capitol Insurrection to the war in Ukraine, Sarah Oates and Gordon Neil Ramsay examine the penetration of key Kremlin strategic narratives that attempt to project Russian power, blame NATO for Russian aggression, and attack democracy via the US news. Learn More
Behind Closed Doors

by Ken Khachigian; read by Dean Gallagher

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

A compelling insider's account by the trusted adviser and confidante to America's presidential giants and political legends as he draws the curtains back on his most private moments with Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon during revolutionary changes in our economy, politics, communications, foreign policy, and culture. Learn More
The Language of Climate Politics

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

A groundbreaking investigation into the propaganda justifying the fossil-fuel economy, The Language of Climate Politics offers listeners powerful new ways to talk about the climate crisis that will help create transformative change. Learn More
The Longest Con

by Joe Conason; read by Steve Marvel

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

A sardonic chronicle of how conservatism turned into a racketeering enterprise—and why Donald Trump became the living emblem of the American right's moral decay. Learn More
The Quiet Coup

by Mehrsa Baradaran; read by Seena Ghaznavi

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

The celebrated legal scholar and author of The Color of Money reveals how neoliberals rigged American law, creating widespread distrust, inequality, and injustice. Learn More
Lawfare

by Orde F. Kittrie; read by Brian P. Craig

NEW! Now Available

In this book, author Orde Kittrie draws on his experiences as a lawfare practitioner, US State Department attorney, and international law scholar in analyzing the theory and practice of lawfare. Learn More
Parliamentary America

by Maxwell L. Stearns; read by Maxwell L. Stearns

NEW! Now Available

Can a parliamentary democracy end America's constitutional crisis? Learn More
Liberalism as a Way of Life

by Alexandre Lefebvre; read by Christopher Douyard

NEW! Now Available

Why liberalism is all you need to lead a good, fun, worthy, and rewarding life—and how you can become a better and happier person by taking your liberal beliefs more seriously. Learn More
Late Admissions

by Glenn Loury; read by Glenn Loury

NEW! Now Available

A shockingly frank memoir from a prize-winning economist, reflecting on his remarkable personal odyssey and his changing positions on identity, race, and belief. Learn More
May Contain Lies

by Alex Edmans; read by Alex Edmans

NEW! Now Available

How our biases cause us to fall for misinformation—and how to combat it. Learn More
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