I sat down for an interview with the RiYL podcast (MP3) at NYCC last fall. We covered a lot of material that I don’t get a lot of chances to talk about, particularly the relationship between personal politics and big-P politics. Listening to it again, I’m very satisfied with how it turned out.
Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free, read by Wil Wheaton
With introductions by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer
Wil Wheaton reads this independently produced audio edition of Homeland, which also includes Jacob Appelbaum’s reading of his own afterword, and Noah Swartz reading his brother Aaron Swartz’s afterword.
This unabridged reading of Pirate Cinema, read by Bruce Mann, is sold without DRM, or license agreement of any kind, and by buying it here, you more than triple the royalties I receive for it. The audiobook was produced by Random House Audio. Once you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll get a download link for a … [Read more]
This unabridged reading of Little Brother, read by Kirby Heyborne, is sold without DRM, or license agreement of any kind, and by buying it here, you more than triple the royalties I receive for it. The audiobook was produced by Random House Audio (I’ve embedded their preview below). Once you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll get … [Read more]
Buy my novel Makers as a DRM-free download. The Makers audiobook runs 18.5 hours and is formatted for burning onto 15 CDs. It’s read by Bernadette Dunne and produced by Random House Audio. I really like Dunne’s reading (here’s a sample) and RHA’s production job is tops. The MP3s are 128K/44KHz. I get an additional … [Read more]