Saturday Show Literary Podcast #150, in which author and voice-actor Frank Marcopolos covers the latest in audiobook news, including the following:

– Book Snobs Should Stop Reading Books and Start Listening to Them (Via Huffington Post/Australia)
– Speed Listening Trending As Audiobooks, Podcasts Increase in Popularity (Via WinkNews)
– “Murder on the Orient Express” May be a Dud Movie, But it’s a Fantastic Audiobook (Via the Washington Post)
– 17 Audiobooks that Will Transform Your Commute (Via Rakuten Kobo)
– Don Katz Dishes on Storytelling with “Invisible Man,” Ralph Ellison (Via Tech Crunch)
– Michael Sheen’s Solo Narration of Phillip Pullman’s New Novel is Better Than an Army of Voice Actors (Via Slate)

Also, you can now get Frank’s new novel, EAGLES AND HAWKS AND ALSO PEOPLE AS WELL, as an audiobook on via this link.

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Frank Marcopolos lives in Pittsburgh, PA, without a dog. He writes novels, short stories, grocery lists, and love letters to lasagna bakers. He also produces free audiobooks of public domain works on his YouTube channel. You can subscribe to that here: