We are very sorry, but a temporary server failure has reset our catalog to its status of September 15th, 2016. So, there are no books on the LibriVox homepage that were catalogued after this date.
We have now fixed the server and are very busy to recreate our catalog. However, this will take some time, so please be patient. We hope to have the catalog and the homepage fully restored within a couple of weeks.
In the meantime, all our catalogued books (even those from after September 15) are safely stored on the Internet Archive and can be accessed and downloaded from the LibriVox page on archive.
We are very sorry for the inconvenience and want to thank you already for your patience.
Many of you have noticed that our New Releases feed hasn’t been working for some time.
We are in the middle of a major overhaul of our infrastructure. The New Releases RSS feed will resume once our new catalog goes online, but we have not fixed a date for that.
We still produce and release new books every day. You can keep an eye on our new releases through our archive.org portal:
http://archive.org/details/librivoxaudio – click the “All items (most recently added first)” link.
Thanks for your patience and sorry for the confusion!
Hi there, everyone out there who has or would like to build an app or web service on the LibriVox catalog. We are in the process of revamping our API.
You can find the latest information on our Forum Thread, including links to the latest documentation:
We are delighted to report that we have been able to recommence the cataloguing of completed audiobooks. Indeed, 29 have been added in the last 24 hours, and there are many more to come.
Most audiobooks have now had their RSS and iTunes links restored. The rest should be added within the next few days.
The New Releases feed had only appeared broken because there was nothing to put in it. It is now full of goodies for your edification and enjoyment.