As the Library Foundation celebrates our 20th anniversary this year, we’ve put together a commemorative podcast archive of ALOUD—our longest running cultural program that brings some of the most iconic writers, performers, and thinkers to the library stage. For the first time-ever, you can own a portable piece of history through this USB drive, which has over 20 hours of audio podcasts from some of ALOUD’s most memorable programs, including never-before-released recordings such as an acoustic set from Patti Smith, a reading by August Wilson, and a darkly humorous exchange between “Six Feet Under” creator Alan Ball and undertaker/poet Thomas Lynch. Other programs include Susan Sontag, W.G. Sebald, Robert Pinsky, and more. Find it here at the Library Store.