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Audio Books at the ALA

Recently I was invited to give a reading for Blackstone/AudioGo at the ALA conference in Chicago.  It was a great experience, and I get to read alongside Angela Dawe and Katie Kellgrin.  The crowd asked some interesting questions about the recording process, and we got to explain a little bit about the industry to librarians.



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