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The Narrator Roundtable

The Narrator Roundtable

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The audiobook industry is full of voices, and we're bringing them to the table. Hosted by a core coterie of narrators and featuring a variety of trade professionals, The Narrator Roundtable shares the intricate stories, challenges, and ideas that make up the audiobook industry. From craft to business and beyond, the roundtable turns "chatting with a friend over coffee" from an acting technique into an opportunity for gathering and growth. Join narrators Deanna Anthony, Lindsey Dorcus, Kirt G ...
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Join Emily and the mobile recording studio as they criss-cross America, interviewing your favorite audiobook narrators and best-selling authors in the special places they call home. It’s an extravaganza of adventure, community, and a whole lot of audiobook fun!
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Three words- black girl magic! Unwind with The Nubian Narrator and all of my shananigans. I'm serving up real life issues with a hint of comedy in a way that WE can relate. For more content head over to my blog at www.thenubiannarrator.com.
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(Un)Reliable Narrators

Kiara Kalmey & Maggie Shive

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What happens when two writers get together to discuss the art of storytelling? Chaos, probably. Join Maggie Shive and Kiara Kalmey as they debate, discuss, and dissect everything from books to movies to musicals. Marvel, Hamilton, Percy Jackson - it's all here. New episode every Thursday!
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Callum Hale - Narrator

Callum Hale - Narrator

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I trained for four years at East 15 Acting School. I have performed a variety of characters for a number of drama podcasts and I have provided narration for several books in the 'Lost in Time' series by A. L. Lester and the 'McLaren' series by Jo. A. Hiestand. "Callum Hale is a superb narrator, one of the best I’ve heard. His voice creates the imagery needed to follow the story. His soothing British accent works perfectly for this story." - N.N Light reviewing 'No Known Address'
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In Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner", the mariner shoots an albatross...and must spend the rest of his life paying penance for his sin. What on earth does this albatross represent? Civilization? Tradition? Christendom? Or is it, as Coleridge would probably insist, just an albatross? In this episode, Sophie and Raymond discuss …
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The Narrator Roundtable hosts & special guest Mark Sanderlin gather to look back on the first ten episodes. Filmed live on April 24, 2024. Find The Narrator Roundtable Website | BlueSky | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find Mark Sanderlin Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find André Santana Website | Facebook Profile | X (Twitter) | Inst…
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Sophie and Raymond are rejoined by special guest Anna Mason as they tackle the topic of surrealism through the lens of Salvador Dali's famous painting "The Persistence of Memory." Was Dali actually a surrealist? Why do all the clerks and navvies in the railway trains look so sad and tired? And is not being sick really the most poetical thing in the…
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How’s your calendar looking? Are you cycling through feeling scattered and underworked, then feeling overbooked and overwhelmed? Our hosts dive into schedule and portfolio management with superstar Helen Laser on this episode of The Narrator Roundtable. Find The Narrator Roundtable Website | BlueSky | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find Helen Las…
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Audiobook narrators bring a world of performance experience to their work, but we don’t always get the credit that other performers receive. This week, we’re going to crack open the craft of audiobooks with our guest Eunice Wong as we remember the true power of our work behind the mic. Mentioned in this episode: Can We Please Put an End to Overperf…
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There has been an interesting expansion and contraction in narration opportunities over the past 20 years, from a handful of studio-based actors mostly in LA or New York, to a huge wave of new at-home narrators joining the industry. What does the current landscape look like to a narrator with decades of experience? And what does it look like to som…
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As narrators, one of the hardest parts of finding success in the industry is discovering our unique voice. And for us, the word “voice” can be used literally and metaphorically. What do I sound like AND what do I want to say through my work? How much of myself can I bring to each story? Is there an audience for someone who sounds like me? We welcom…
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This week we welcome the accomplished narrator, director, engineer, and owner of Reaping Audiobooks to the table to discuss what we can learn from all the humans who play a part in creating an audiobook, the importance of sensitivity readers, and the current, as well as potential, ups and downs of AI in our craft, and how we can all look out for ea…
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At-home narration is more prevalent than ever, and working from home has its pros and cons. When you aren't in a controlled space being guided by professionals who are also helping to ease the burden of audiobook production, even a small distraction can result in lost productivity. How can narrators use what they've learned as actors to get back in…
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Hi, my name is Karina Polycarpo. As. you can probably hear in my voice, I am originally from Brazil. I consider myself very eclectic, as my favourite things are painting watercolours and watching Disney movies with my son, but I also love horror movies. For this reason, I mostly read books abut mysteries and crimes, but I have chosen something diff…
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We all want to be celebrated, but awards are a finite resource. On this episode of The Narrator Roundtable, we talk about our relationships to celebration, what inside of us yearns for accolades, how we feel about the yearning, and how we plan, dream, and define success in the wake of these realities. In this episode: Deepti's Instagram Post Find T…
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In H.G. Wells' classic short story, a father and his son Gip wander into an antique shop run by a curious man who claims to be a magician. But the father feels something is not right. This magician seems he can make anything disappear...even Gip! In this episode, Sophie and Raymond discuss science, magic, hypnotism, and what it means to have childl…
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When we’re asked for a “neutral accent” or “no accent” what does that even mean? How can we all be more thoughtful in our approach to accents and dialects? In this episode of The Narrator Roundtable, we dive into the larger implications of which accents are asked for in audiobook narration, how they are asked for, when and why they are asked for, a…
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We welcome the host of The Narrator’s Cup of Joe, Daniela Acitelli, to the roundtable for a frank discussion about working with co-narrators. It’s a delicate and challenging relationship to maintain, and it’s often long-distance, accomplished only through email, and can be with a total stranger. The rules are both simple and vague. There is oversig…
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I'm Michael McKenna and I look forward to narrating your next Solid Gold Audiobook. I have more than 25 years of experience in broadcasting and presentation, both in radio and television, focused primarily on news and sports. I also have 14 years of experience in the marketing and advertising fields. Connect with Michael…
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Casting is a huge part of the audiobook production process—a narrator crafts the whole story—so it makes sense that authentic casting has been on the rise across audiobooks in recent years. But what does it mean to cast authentically, has this been happening consistently across the industry, and how do we look at our own roles in exploring the nuan…
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Kirt Graves introduces The Narrator Roundtable audience to one of our five, rotating, permanent hosts, André Santana. Find André Santana Website | Facebook Profile | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find Kirt Graves Website | Facebook Narrator Page | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok WHAT IS THE NARRATOR ROUNDTABLE? The audiobook industry is full of…
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Gail Shalan introduces The Narrator Roundtable audience to one of our five, rotating, permanent hosts, Kirt Graves. Find Kirt Graves Website | Facebook Narrator Page | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find Gail Shalan Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok WHAT IS THE NARRATOR ROUNDTABLE? The audiobook industry is full of voices, and we're brin…
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Deanna Anthony introduces The Narrator Roundtable audience to one of our five, rotating, permanent hosts, Gail Shalan. Find Gail Shalan Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find Deanna Anthony Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok WHAT IS THE NARRATOR ROUNDTABLE? The audiobook industry is full of voices, and we're bringing them to the ta…
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Lindsey Dorcus introduces The Narrator Roundtable audience to one of our five, rotating, permanent hosts, Deanna Anthony. Find Deanna Anthony Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok Find Lindsey Dorcus Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram WHAT IS THE NARRATOR ROUNDTABLE? The audiobook industry is full of voices, and we're bringing them to the table…
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Kirt Graves introduces The Narrator Roundtable audience to one of our five, rotating, permanent hosts, Lindsey Dorcus. Find Lindsey Dorcus Website | X (Twitter) | Instagram Find Kirt Graves Website | Facebook Narrator Page | X (Twitter) | Instagram | TikTok WHAT IS THE NARRATOR ROUNDTABLE? The audiobook industry is full of voices, and we're bringin…
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Isn't there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about? Sophie and Raymond do! In this VERY BELATED Christmas episode (listen, nobody ever said we were reliable), your hosts discuss the 1965 short film, A Charlie Brown Christmas. What makes Charlie Brown a hero for the masses? What is the difference between a real tree and a poor tree? Can Sophie…
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Hello, my name is Bert Rossouw and I look forward to narrating your next Solid Gold Audiobook. I'm a business improvement fanatic (with more than 25 years experience in the mining industry) and I run my own consultancy focused on innovation. I love woodturning, bonsai and reading, and sharing this with my wife and my two boys. I crime novels, fanta…
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Raymond may be doubtful about the reality of love at first sight, but it's nonetheless a story that has captured the imagination of people for generations. In this episode, Sophie and Raymond dive into a diverse discussion about the roots of rivalry, racism, and romance in Steven Sondheim's retelling of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Support us on…
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The wind is rising!...We must try to live! In this episode, Sophie and Raymond discuss the 2014 Studio Ghibli film The Wind Rises. Are artists and engineers really the same? Does the beauty of art justify the horrors of war? And most importantly, would you rather live in a world with pyramids or a world without them? All this and more in our latest…
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Hello, my name is Chris Jordan and I look forward to narrating your next Solid Gold Audiobook. I've been a media practitioner for over 24 years working in broadcasting, TV, print, and digital. When it comes to my audio consumption, I'm a self-help and non-fiction fanatic. If it helps you or somebody else grow, well count me in. I'd love to be the v…
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She's everything. He's just Ken. Let's talk about that. In this episode, Sophie and Raymond don pink (metaphorically) to discuss feminism, fantasy, and family in The Barbie Movie. Why does Ken steal the show halfway through? Does Barbie's quest to become a human have surprising theological implications? Can Greta Gerwig's summer blockbuster really …
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One of the biggest complaints about modern video games is that they are too violent. But Toby Fox stabs this cliché right in the ribs in Undertale, a game where you actually have the choice to kill…or show mercy. Is pacifism really a possible way of life in our violent world? How are we called as Christians to think about pacifism? How does Toby Fo…
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The Unreliable Narrators are back! Today, Sophie and Raymond discuss about a recent Pixar short film in which a mother makes a dumpling that unexpectedly come to life. Among other themes, we discuss the character archetype of the "devouring mother," the relation between food, memory, and forgiveness, and...ancient Mesopotamian myths?? Find out how …
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Hi, I'm Lara Jersky and I look forward to narrating your next Solid Gold audiobook. I am a professional newsreader, but I also have a love for voice overs and narrating audiobooks. I enjoy self-help books, non-fiction and reading many books to my son. Thank you for listening to my audio samples. I look forward to narrating your next Solid Gold audi…
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Hello, my name is Jason Whaley, and I look forward to narrating your next Solid Gold Audiobook. I enjoy a wide range of activities from playing lead guitar in a rock band to programming games in my free time whilst also working as a freelance voice actor. Usually, I just end up reading whatever books strike me as interesting, whether that be in the…
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"This is my body, which is broken for you." What is the Law of Equivalent Exchange? Can you really buy redemption with suffering? What is the price of a human soul...and why is it Edward Elric's right arm? All this and more on our SEASON FINALE. In our next episode, we'll be discussing the 2018 Pixar animated short Bao. Support us on Patreon! https…
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Kim Namjoon, lead singer of BTS, pens this heartfelt lyric in the song Always: "If I met God, I would tell him that life is a cup of coffee I never ordered." Is this merely a cheesy line from a melodramatic boyband singer or an epithet of such feeling and profundity to equal Shakespeare and King Solomon? For the Unreliable Narrators, maybe it's a l…
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