Audie Cornish

Audie Cornish appears in the following:

The Moral Of The Story Is: Great Kids' Books Don't Always Need Morals

Friday, December 07, 2018

Jon Scieszka — dad, teacher and author of The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales — shares the books he plans to give to the kids on his list this year.


What 'The Front Runner' And Gary Hart Tell Us About Political Theater Today

Friday, November 30, 2018

Matt Bai and Jay Carson wrote the screenplay of a new drama about the swift 1987 downfall of the Democratic presidential candidate — an event Bai says has a "direct throughline" to President Trump.


Encore: 'The Gospel According to André': Look Fabulous, And Know Your History

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

André Leon Talley is a fixture in the fashion world. A former Vogue fashion editor and former judge on America's Next Top Model, The Gospel According to André looks at his life, work and influence.


'Authenticity Is My Rebellion': Viola Davis On 'Widows,' Steve McQueen And Legacy

Friday, November 16, 2018

The only black actor to have won an Emmy, a Tony and an Oscar stars as a grieving wife turned professional criminal in a new heist thriller. "I approached her like a real woman," she says.


Jacob Banks Doesn't Rush His Music: 'Time Is The Only Currency That Matters To Me'

Thursday, November 15, 2018

The U.K.-based artist talks about his love of cats, writing notes to his younger self through music and his debut album Village.


A Preview Of Michelle Obama's Book, 'Becoming'

Friday, November 09, 2018

Michelle Obama is out with a new book on Tuesday — Becoming. NPR's Audie Cornish sat down with the former first lady in Chicago and previews their conversation.


How Slick Rick And Queen Latifah 'Breathed Life Into Hip-Hop' In 1988

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia of NPR's podcast What's Good explain why they think 1988 was a banner year for hip-hop.


Riz Ahmed On Rapping, Acting And Being His (Sometimes Shirtless) 'Most Complex Self'

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

He's the first South Asian man to win an acting Emmy. He's now starring in Venom. He's also known as Riz MC. And he's "not just being shackled to a two-dimensional idea" of his hyphenate identity.


This 'Halloween,' Jamie Lee Curtis Reckons With 40 Years Of Trauma

Friday, October 19, 2018

Michael Myers is back and, so is Laurie Strode. Jamie Lee Curtis was 19 when she starred in the original Halloween. This sequel ignores the others to focus on what has happened to Laurie since 1978.


In 'Hey, Kiddo,' Jarrett Krosoczka Sketches Childhood, A Mom's Addiction

Friday, October 05, 2018

In 17 years, the author of the popular Lunch Lady children's series has published 38 books — but his latest stands out. The heartfelt graphic memoir tells the story of his childhood.


The Long Legacy Of Latin Music Influencing Hip-Hop

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia of NPR's 'What's Good' podcast break down how hip-hop has borrowed from Latin music many times over the years.


Fukuyama: A New American 'Identity' Could Be Antidote To Polarizing U.S. Politics

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Resentment and a loss of dignity has fueled a rise in identity politics and made compromise difficult, political scientist Francis Fukuyama says. He proposes a way out of that impasse in his new book.


A Ghanaian 'Housegirl' Navigates A Complex Maze Of Culture And Class

Monday, September 10, 2018

Michael Donkor's debut novel is a story of two teenage girls, pushed and pulled between two worlds.


In The Trump Era, Journalist April Ryan Finds Herself 'Under Fire'

Wednesday, September 05, 2018

The longtime White House correspondent, one of the few black reporters in the press corps, has frequently clashed with the current administration's press officers — which she details in a new book.


'Vegetables In Underwear' And Other Laugh Out Loud Book Ideas For Kids

Monday, August 13, 2018

Children's book author Jon Scieszka shares his kid-friendly reading recommendations. His list includes an irreverent baby book, two great series, and the "Funniest. Stories. Ever."


Where Do Confederate Monuments Go After They Come Down?

Sunday, August 05, 2018

As the first anniversary of the Charlottesville protest nears, cities like Memphis are wrestling with what to do with the controversial statues once they've been taken down.


Dozens Of Goats Take Over Boise Neighborhood

Friday, August 03, 2018

A herd of over 100 goats invaded a neighborhood in Boise on Friday morning. They ate their way through several front yards, but the neighbors were mostly amused — along with the rest of the country.


Debate Over Confederate Monuments Continues In Court After Their Removal

Monday, July 30, 2018

A year after the rally in Charlottesville, Va., dozens of Confederate monuments have been removed from different states. NPR went to Memphis, Tenn., to find out what happens after their removal.


Actor Lakeith Stanfield: 'We All Have Images That We're Attempting To Push'

Monday, July 09, 2018

Stanfield has had a number of oddball roles, most recently in the telemarketing satire Sorry to Bother You, where he plays a character who learns to get ahead by using a "white voice" on the phone.


Gregory Porter On Channeling Nat King Cole: 'Nat Got Me Through Some Moments'

Friday, June 29, 2018

Whether it's through jazz, soul or an electronic music collaboration, Gregory Porter wants to spread Nat King Cole's message that "the greatest thing you'll learn is to love and be loved in return."