Kendra Winchester

Kendra Winchester holds an MA in English Literature and is the Co-founder and Executive Producer of Reading Women, a podcast that features books by or about women. Raised in Appalachian Ohio, she currently reads and writes from coffee shops in South Carolina.

8 Audiobooks for Fall-loving Foodies

Do you love fall and food? These 8 foodie audiobooks— about food from all over the world— will put you in the perfect sort of happy place.

7 Audiobooks for Latinx Heritage Month

From Mexico City noir to magical, generational tales, these audiobooks are sure to delight as you celebrate Latinx Heritage Month.

10 of Libro.fm’s Most Preordered Audiobooks for Fall 2021 Part 2

Here's the the second installment of Libro.fm’s most pre-ordered fall releases, bringing the best new books straight to your headphones.

6 Mysteries and Thrillers on Audio

A prestigious boarding school, a courtroom, a noodle shop, and more all provide the settings for this list of thrilling audiobooks

8 Audiobooks Narrated by Adjoa Andoh

Adjoa Andoh's narrates everything -- from stories about romantic escapades to otherworldly sci-fi-- brilliantly.

7 Audiobooks for Science September

ist of audiobooks to satisfy your scientific curiosities-- from plant science to the cosmos-- with personal touches and engaging narratives

8 Native Memoirs on Audio From Erin and Dani’s Book Club

These audiobooks feature the unique perspective of being a Native person in modern times; some are even narrated by the authors themselves.

A Better World for Disabled Readers

Accessibility is not a favor. It is a right. Thousands of book worms with disabilities like mine don’t read via print.

15 More Books About Appalachia to Read Instead of HILLBILLY ELEGY

Read these great books about Appalachia, books that counter the narrative that one book can define an entire region.

6 Myth Retellings on Audio

Here are 6 ancient Greek mythology retellings that span the globe, from modern day Korea and Nigeria, back to ancient Greece.