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Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Sheila Heti on getting reacquainted with her imagination

We spoke with novelist Sheila Heti (and her dog Feldman) about her new novel Pure Colour, and we learned about her relationship to her imagination.

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Books for fans of Everything Everywhere All at Once

Whether you’re seeking more multiverse madness or you’re longing to have your heartstrings pulled by strained family ties, we’ve got the books for you.

New Releases

41 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out June 7 - 13, 2022

New audiobooks and eBooks out June 7, including Steve Berry and Tom Clancy thrillers, Ali Hazelwood's new rom-com, and Tracy Flick's return.

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7 books about the fight for reproductive rights

We've gathered these 7 books to help readers learn more about the history of abortion access in the USA and the movement for reproductive rights.

Author Interviews

Lauren Layne, author of Made in Manhattan

Lauren Layne is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of more than three dozen romantic comedies.

Author Interviews

Katherine Faulkner, author of Greenwich Park

Katherine Faulkner, an award-winning journalist, studied history at Cambridge. She lives in London, where she grew up, with her husband and two daughters.

Kobo Products and Features

Learn how Kobo makes reading more accessible

For National AccessAbility Week we spoke with Kobo's Accessibility and Publishing Standards Lead about how Kobo's working to making reading easier for all.

New Releases

43 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out May 31 – June 6, 2022

New books out May 31 from John Grisham, James Patterson, TikTok poet Shelby Leigh, Stephen King, and the next installment in the Gilded Ones series.

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10 non-fiction books to break your reading rut

Break out of your reading rut with these 10 non-fiction books, all proven page-turners by real readers on Kobo. Be entertained, informed, and inspired.

Kobo in Conversation Podcast

Britt Wray on bringing emotions to bear on climate science

We spoke with researcher and science communicator Britt Wray, whose work focuses on climate anxiety—where the climate crisis and mental health intersect.

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