365 Days of LibriVox Audio

Posted on October 15, 2008 by | Posted in about LibriVox, News | Comments: 3 Comments on 365 Days of LibriVox Audio

This past weekend, LibriVox reached an extraordinary milestone: our catalog now contains 365 days worth of free, public domain audiobooks. So, if you started to listen to the catalog today, spending 24-hours-a-day with your headphones, it would take you a full year to listen to our entire current catalog. By which time, you’ll have hours and hours of new audio from LibriVox to entertain and enlighten you. In our three year existence we have produced an extraordinary average of 8-hours-a-day of audiobooks, all read by volunteers, all made available for free. Our catalog is currently at 1,826 works, in 26 different languages.

In the past week alone we’ve released numerous wonderful recordings, including:

Perhaps you’d like to come help us record more?



  1. Shaun C says:

    Hi, I’m so thrilled to hear that you have 365 days of audio. I just told my friends and they are all like, “What? That’s crazy dude!” Keep up the good work. By the way, I love the Flatland book. Considering that I am blind, its kinda ironic that I can understand something so visual, but its cool. By the way, has anyone ever heard of The Jewel of 7 Stars by Bram Stoker? That’s another book that I’d like to see started or completed. I can’t wait until you have two years of audio! Keep on reading, and I’ll keep on listening.

  2. hugh says:

    Thanks Shaun – any interest in helping out? Maybe as a Proof Listener? Send me an email if so …info AT librivox DOT org

  3. Ruth says:

    I too am thrilled, Shaun! I am so pleased that you enjoyed Flatland and that the audio descriptions brought the diagrams to life for you. This quite made my day. :D

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