Thank you for your interest! At the moment, and for the foreseeable future, I am not accepting commercial recording requests. I enjoy recording works from and for the public domain far too much. 🙂
If you’d like to suggest a public domain (author died more than 70 years ago) book, poem or story to record, I’m happy to consider it — though, no promises. Just pop a note below.
Hi! I saw on the website LIbriVox that you are audiobook coordinator of La Fontaine’s fables. I read that in the USA the work is in the public domain, but in Italy I know that the rights are extended up to 70 years after the author’s death. In this case, the rights of both the author and the translator have expired, but I think that in order to use the work I should ask permission from the reader, Paolo Fedi. Please, can you help me to understand if I should contact him or not, and if I have to, how can do it? Thank you so much.
Really just wanted to say thank you for your recording of Black Beauty. My daughter and I were entranced by your reading. Best wishes to you for 2017.
i just wanted to say thank you SO much for doing all these readings. i loved your readings of Mathilda and Frankenstein and your voice is very soothing and pleasant. you always use lots of expression and it’s really really nice listening to your narrations. keep it up~ <3
When you create a recording of a work of literature published during the Romantic era do you ever imagine that you are reading to a small audience—a literary circle in fact, of the same era? Your voice is compelling and engaging and would be most welcome in such a circle…
Loved the delicate and beautiful rendition of all of Virginia Woolf’s works. I think you immortalized her more than any of the literary monographs have done in the last century. I read Virginia’s eulogy of Joseph Conrad and I heard this voice taking me through the essay, and it was such a touching readerly experience. I suggest Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan are tales waiting to be read by all your charms. There is a gentle elegance and magical softness so similar to your style.
And I want to suggest, “Hope” is the thing with feathers, by Emily Dickinson. But your Virginia Woolf’s readings are up there where one assumes the voice and the writer under one identity. Still, I can hear that poem, pure and clear, in your voice, and wish others can too.
Great work! It is almost unbelievable to find this sort of quality available for free. Inspiring too, I bet, for all future librivox readers. Keep at it, will you? So many generations of listeners are grateful for the work you are doing.