LibriVox Community Podcast #099

Posted on March 31, 2009 by | Posted in Librivox Community Podcast, News | Comments: 2 Comments

Listen to LibriVox Community Podcast #99 hosted by Lars Rolander.
Duration 19:11

  • Program mostly about my way into Librivox, how I “work” with readings, trying to interest other listeners to join, sidetrackings from my life and into reading and retelling.
  • Plugging podcast 98 a bit extra.
  • Mentioning H. Rider Haggard’s “She and Allan“.
  • Talking about some solo projects with a short bit from Selma Lagerloef’s “Invisible Links” and a very short bit from Lagerloef’s: “The Wonderful Adventures of Nils“.

LibriVox Community Podcast – Serving the Librivox community since 2006

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Shows 01 – 16 (all released in 2006) can be found at: http://www.archive.org/details/librivox_community_2006

Shows 17 – 67 (all released in 2007) can be found at: http://www.archive.org/details/librivox_community_2007

Shows 68 – 94 (released in 2008) can be found at http://www.archive.org/details/librivox_community

Shows 95 onwards (released in 2009) will be found at http://www.archive.org/details/librivox_community_2009

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2 comments

  1. David Lawrence says:

    Thank you Lars, an excellent and inspiring podcast, I can just picture you atop the table reading to the youngsters.
    I must download more of your readings.

  2. Alan says:

    Wonderful podcast. A relaxed, friendly 20 minute listen as I rode to work in the morning. Thank you!

    I LOVE Selma Lagerloef! It’s a shame so few of her stories are in the PD in English. My favorite story is her Christmas tale, “The Rat Trap.” She sure knew how to write! For me, she ranks up there with another superb Swedish Nobel Prize winner, Pär Lagerkvist. Their unabashed compassion and spiritual depth is inspiring.

    Thanks for the invigorating Community Podcast, Lars! Great work!

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