This June, the audiobook community is giving back! Spoken Freely, a group of 30+ professional narrators, has teamed with Going Public to celebrate June as Audiobook Month (JIAM) 2013 by offering a serialized audio story collection: Going Public…in Shorts. Each narrator has recorded a short piece from the public domain, including the work of Chekhov, Twain, Chopin, Poe, Lovecraft, Fitzgerald, Joyce, Wilde and many others, even Lincoln’s pivotal Second Inaugural Address.
Throughout June, 1-2 stories will be released online each day via Going Public, as well as on various author and book blogs. Each participating narrator will be hosted by a different blog. As a “Thank you!” to listeners, stories will be available to listen to for free, for one week (online only – no downloads).Recent posts include:
"Death of a Government Clerk" by Anton Chehov read by David Drummond
"Beyond Lies the Wub" by Philip K. Dick read by Mark Turetsky
"Death of a Soldier" by Louisa May Alcott read by Karen White
"Skip Tracer Bullets" by Joe Archibald read by Johnny Heller