In 2020, LibriVox welcomed an amazing amount of new volunteers, one of the few positive side-effects of the Covid19 pandemic. Consequently, we could finish many more books than usual, so it took us only 9 months since the last milestone to celebrate LibriVox audiobook # 15.000!
Enjoy our drama production of Berenice, a play set in ancient Rome written by famous 17th century French playwright Jean Racine.
You can also give any of the other free LibriVox audiobooks a listen. In our catalog there are currently 1922 projects in 43 languages besides English, and a total of 7982 solo recordings of novels, poetry, and non fiction.
As always, a big thank you goes to all our more than 10850 readers (more than 1000 new ones since the last time) and everyone who helps with proof listening, project coordinating, cover design, making m4b files, and the technicalities behind the scenes.
Thank you all for making LibriVox one of the best places on the internet!
Congratulations and keep up the good work.
Dear friends at LibriVox.org,
I would like to know how one can contribute to LibriVox by lending its voice to read some books for LibriVox recordings. I’ve been listening to many of your audiobooks, and maybe in the near future I’ll be able to read some audiobooks for LibriVox.
I was born in Brazil, and I speak Portuguese fluently. Maybe I can read for LibriVox some audiobooks in English and in Portuguese. I’ll be glad to get from LibriVox all the information about the method which is used for doing the recordings.