We know your ears are burning for more listening material, and don’t want you to miss out on some of the other projects, free and commercial alike, by our brilliant narrators. We’re a busy group. Look what else we’ve been up to:
The ever-industrious Charles Bice had a poetic July, reading works by Maya Angelou, Lucretia Davidson, Percy Bysshe Shelley and others at his Pause for Poetry poemcast.
Xe Sands, narrator of Step on a Crack by Mary Anderson, has a new commercial release through Tantor audio: Kelly Meding’s Another Kind of Dead.
Cori Samuel, she of Lydia Millet’s Oh Pure and Radiant Heart and Natalie-Jane Revell’s Around the World in Stilettos, recently contributed to Librivox’ Short Poetry Collection 095
Also at Librivox, the delightful Elizabeth Klett, who most recently recorded Anna Quon’s Migration Songs and Mary Anderson’s You Can’t Get There From Here, has just released a solo recording of Edith Wharton’s Madame de Treymes
Linette Geisel (The Journal of Antonio Montoya by Rick Collignon) took part in a dramatic reading of Granny’s Wonderful Chair by Frances Browne, also at Librivox.
Miette (Dustin Long’s Icelander), who hates speaking of herself in the third-person, has a new piece of short fiction at Miette’s Bedtime Story Podcast.
(Narrators: did I miss your recent projects? Let me know and I’ll include it next time. Listeners: what else are you listening to? Fill my ears.)