Dear Availle and RuthieG,
I am very appreciative for your responses!
This book (?) seems to have been published in 2014, so it is unlikely to be pd. This means it cannot be read for Librivox.
I am happy to say that I have the full permission both from the authors and the publisher Routledge to create this audiobook collaboratively. I can provide you with the email correspondence if you wish.
Also, if you want to coordinate a group project we expect you to be familiar with our processes so you can help out any readers who run into problems in your project. It is best to read a couple of sections in other people's projects or do your own solo before you coordinate a group project with other people.
It was my intention to create this project in order to also maybe get someone experienced on board who would like to join the coordination.
I'm sorry if I unwittingly led you astray on Twitter yesterday. I didn't know that you intended to produce your audiobook here - I thought you just needed general advice on how to produce an audiobook. A suitable place to release your audiobook may be http://podiobooks.com/
where audiobooks can be released under a Creative Commons license. All our audiobooks are in the public domain, and so can only be created from sources which are in the public domain.
That's a bummer to hear. I guess we cannot put the produced audiobook under a Public Domain license, correct?
In this case, all we are left with is using your two suggested alternatives, I assume. Can we still use LibriVox, however, to coordinate the creation work?