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The 2014 Audie Award finalists have been announced

Posted on 2014-02-19 at 15:33 by Sam

Via Booklist Online, the 2014 Audies Finalists have been announced. My first thoughts are 1. that I'm thrilled to see Kim Stanley Robinson's Shaman named as a finalist in the Science Fiction category. And 2, I can't recall a previous year with such a broad base of audio publishers. The big 5/6 and Amazon's imprints, along with independents both big (Recorded Books, Blackstone, Tantor, and GraphicAudio) and small: Podium (who continues to produce an extremely high quality of well-curated and well-cast

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Release Week: Brandon Sanderson's The Rithmatist; Antti Tuomainen's The Healer; Neil Gaiman's Smoke and Mirrors; World War Z; The Strange Adventures of Rangergirl; Fiction River; and John Scalzi's The Human Division

Posted on 2013-05-15 at 17:15 by Sam

May 8-14, 2013: It's a very, very crowded middle release week in May, with a long list of new audiobooks including new books in translation, a new YA novel from Brandon Sanderson, Neil Gaiman voicing one of his earlier collections, and finally an "unabridged" (scare quotes explained later...) US recording for World War Z. And more. How long is the list? Very long. I grudgingly winnowed things down to six seven picks, but others (a non-fiction Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass

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