50 hours and counting …

I updated my Hear Me page and associated spreadsheet today and can proudly announce —  I have reached 50 hours of recorded contributions to the public domain!  50 hours and 16 mins, to be precise, (which I need to be with all that Pi in there.) Think I might start counting the podcasts, too …… Read more »

Outing my inner math geek …

My first recording in weeks … and is it the Gibbon I owe..?  No.  A bit of J.S. Mill..?  Nope.  More Elegaic Sonnets..?  Unfortunately not. It’s the first fifty digits of pi, read in a single breath (for one file) and in the World’s Most Awful Pirate “Accent” (separate file, and you’ll have to look… Read more »

Mary Shelley’s Mathilda

My latest solo work is finished.  I post-processed Mathilda, by Mary Shelley, for Project Gutenberg (that is, smoothed the proofread pages into a single document, both plaintext and HTML) so was very familiar with it (and with Mary’s quirky spelling which I tried to keep intact in the final work.)  I actually started reading this about… Read more »

The Little Duke by Charlotte M. Yonge

I saw this project get started, and was muchly excited … Yonge was a very popular author in her day, but I’ve never read any, and ought to remedy that. After hovering politely for a couple of days, I pounced happily on Chapter 1. Now it’s all finished, and I can download to listen to… Read more »

Spenser’s Prothalamion

I really hope the audio below works, because it’s been so long since I recorded this poem, that I can’t actually remember how it goes. Something about a river, and some nymphs? Checking back in the thread — David and I duetted this last May! If you think our voices go well together, this is Good,… Read more »