BookList’s Audiobooker on LibriVox

Posted on August 12, 2009 by | Posted in about LibriVox, News, on the web | Comments: 12 Comments on BookList’s Audiobooker on LibriVox

There is an interview up over at BookList’s Audiobooker Blog, with Mary Burkey:

The home of 2,557 audiobooks in 26 languages – all FREE. Hugh McGuire launched the volunteer-effort audiobook publishing model LibriVox on August 10th, 2005. Hugh is this week’s Inside the Audiobook Studio guest, ready to share the background on this amazing project. Want more information on LibriVox? Subscribe to the Community Podcast here. Have you always wanted to be an audiobook narrator – or perhaps want to challenge students to develop their oral performance skills? Are you an aspiring audio editor and need some practice? Try your talents by becoming a LibriVox volunteer! Want to learn how to slow down the LibriVox audiobooks? Searching for a list of recommended best FREE LibriVox titles? You’ll find answers to all things LibriVox on the LibriVox Wiki. [more…]



  1. Sayeth says:

    Great interview, Hugh! I’m listening to The Moonstone as well and enjoying the heck out of it.

  2. Georgetsen says:

    Love this website, love to read.

    I came, I saw, I liked it.


  3. Georgetsen says:

    hoping more great works are shared by the others

  4. Rafed says:

    I like this website. I have always been looking for good stories to listen to. However, I see that the site does not have a search engine, which would add a lot of fun!

  5. LibriVox Admin Team says:

    You can search our catalogue, Rafed. See here. You can search using a wide range of criteria – author, title, reader, language etc.

    Or you can also browse the catalogue by genre.

  6. Anonymous says:

    do you have dark water rising

  7. Anonymous says:

    how do u look for books

  8. DM says:

    Great interview, Hugh! I’m listening to The Moonstone as well and enjoying the heck out of it.

  9. Rosalina Kantor says:

    Thank you!

  10. Anonymous says:

    i need french audio books.
    translation in french is hard and audio books are good practice.
    thank you.

  11. Corwin says:

    Well do not speak French but it sounds beautiful. I can understand some since I do spanish but would love to hear more books and see what I can learn.

  12. Ralph Mange says:

    Well I followed the link and visited the site for Hugh and it was interesting glad that others are starting to promote the site for you. It really needs to be promoted more so others can find it.

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