Ok, there we go! Nicely read, Scott. Thank you.
There are just a few technical and procedural issues to correct.
1) In the intro, you should read "recorded for LibirVox DOT org.
So you need to add the "DOT ORG."
2. The "outro" should be, "End of poem. This recording is in the public domain." You mistakenly added the part of the outro that goes with the final section at the end of the entire book. Just clip this out.
3. Thee should be FIVE seconds of silence a the end, and you have only about two seconds. You can copy and paste some of the silence to get the five and trim if necessary.
4. The volume of this recording is much too low, measuring only 83.8dB. The LV target is 89dB with an acceptable range of 86 - 92dB. For this file, you can use the amplify feature in audacity, setting it at +5dB. But, it is best to adjust your recording set-up so that your raw recording is a little bit closer. You can change your distance to the mike and also adjust the input gain
I use two programs that help. First, there is ReplayGain that is an Audacity plug-in. Once it is installed, you can just run it from the Analyze menu and it will tell you how many dB + or - that you need to adjust the recording, and then you can use the amplify feature in Audacity to do that. The other program I use, primarily when I proof listen, but it can be used to check recordings before uploading, is Checker, a little program written just for Librivox. Just drag the file into Checker and it will check all the LV specs, including volume, and give you an alert to anything that needs to be fixed. You can find links to both of these programs in the LV wikis. There is a ton of good info there, including videos on how to adjust volume, etc.
Once you have all of these things corrected, upload the file again with the same name, then post the link and new file length here.
I know there is a lot to learn, but these procedures will soon become second nature and the you can relax and enjoy reading, of which I hope there will be a lot more!
Let me know if you have any questions.