On today’s episode, we chat with Danny Caine, part owner of Raven Book Store, poet, and author.
We are excited to share that Libro.fm is now international, meaning readers can support bookshops around the globe with their audiobook purchases!
As we strive to create an inclusive and engaging learning environment, it’s time we embrace the fact that reading goes beyond the written word.
Here are 8 ways audiobooks can boost your emotional and physical health—all you need to do is press play.
On today’s episode, we speak with author James McBride.
It comes as no surprise that romance audiobooks tend to be some of the most recommended by our bookselling partners! Find your next romance audiobook with this list.
This August, we’re celebrating Margins Bookselling Month, a month dedicated to amplifying BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, disabled, and neurodivergent-owned bookshops across the United States.
On today’s episode, we speak with Nadia Odunayo, founder of The StoryGraph.
In honor of Disability Pride Month, we asked Jen Campbell, bestselling author, book reviewer, and disability advocate, for her audiobook recommendations—not just to read this July, but at any time.
Amazon’s creeping monopoly on the audiobook industry through Audible pushes independent bookstores and libraries out of audiobook distribution.
We spoke with editor and contributor Alice Wong about Disability Visibility, Disability Culture, and more.
On today’s episode, we speak with author V.E. Schwab.
We asked Kaitlyn Mahoney, owner of Under the Umbrella Bookstore in Salt Lake City, Utah, to recommend 10 audiobooks for Pride Month.