Mark Nelson, the narrator of The Green Odyssey by Philip Jose Farmer, has staked his claim for another title from the SFFaudio Challenge list! Behold our art for it…
This is Mark’s second entry in our challenge – if you’ll recall, back in November I challenged anyone to turn in any one of a number of previously unreleased public domain novels into an unabridged single voiced audiobook. As an incentive, I offered a BRAND NEW unabridged commercial audiobook to the first person to complete and release one of the books from the list. Mark did it and it was an absolutely terrific audiobook! I am super-juiced at the idea he’s doing another.
Look for The Cosmic Computer AKA “Junkyard Planet” by H. Beam Piper to show up on the pages of LibriVox in “a couple of weeks”!
Congratulations again Mark and thanks!
Now since my original challenge will soon be running out of the original batch of audiobooks (at least two out of the three Blackstone Audiobooks I purchased for the event are going to be mailed out shortly), I’d like to ask what you SFFaudio readers would like to see included in the SECOND CHALLENGE!
YUP, that’s right, we’re going to add to the list and RENEW the challenge with more incentive audiobooks. So I’ll ask you folks. Which, of the more modern Science Fiction, Fantasy (and Horror if there are any) public domain books on Manybooks.net or Project Gutenberg would you like to see added to the list? I’ll also ask you what kind of commerical audiobooks you would like to see given out by us as the incentive for the SECOND CHALLENGE? Post your thoughts! Make your voice count! And claim your titles!
- SFFaudio’s Challenge: The Cosmic Computer by H. Beam Piper
- Mark Nelson creates H. Beam Piper Short Story audiobook!
- LibriVox: Last Enemy by H. Beam Piper
- Commentary: Make your own Public Domain Audiobook or Podcast Novel: Win A Prize
- Our 1,000th Post! To celebrate we have another FREE AUDIOBOOK
- SciPodBooks Podcast: A dramaztized The Statement Of Randolph Carter by H.P. Lovecraft