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Post by QuakerWoodworker » February 9th, 2018, 7:40 am

I am a teacher of writing at College of DuPage, a large community college outside of Chicago, Illinois. I first heard about LibriVox two or three years after its founding. I was impressed by the mission of LibriVox to revitalize older books by giving them voice and making them easily accessible to people world-wide. I greatly appreciate what LibriVox has given me access to -- the letters of Van Gogh, Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, the writings of John Ruskin...on and on. I would like to contribute to the work you do, both as a reader and proof-listener. As a reader, I would enjoy recording public domain works of poetry, philosophy, and spiritual reflection. I am glad to be part of the LibriVox community.

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Post by philchenevert » February 11th, 2018, 9:09 pm

A hearty welcome Bob. We are a friendly bunch here and want you to jump right in. Please read your welcoming email, it has lots of helpful information and links to get you started. Your 1 minute test is first if you want to record. Ask lots of quesitons.. here is a Mardi Gras tingie since I am from New Orleans. .Image
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Post by Billstc77 » February 13th, 2018, 6:28 am


Just saw your name on here, I've listened to some of your readings and wanted to give a shout out on the great work. Philip K Dick is one of my favorite authors and I know I've heard you in some other sci-fi.

I also happen to be in New Orleans just for Mardi Gras, also did a swamp tour and St. Louis Cemetery #1 tour. Leaving now but this is a great city.

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