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Vox: SF For Your Ears
by Scott Danielson

Scott discovered the world of SF audio years ago, when he spent hours a day in his car. His commute has since shortened considerably, but his love for audio remains. By trade, he's an electrical engineer. Aside from reading and writing science fiction, his hobbies include community theater, where he can often be found behind the soundboard or (much less often) on the stage. Scott can also be found at SFFAudio.
 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to titles from three of the best publishers of audiobooks: Audio Realms, Paperback Digital and Infinivox.

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a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been talking to Stephen Eley is the podcaster behind Escape Pod.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he is looking at podcasting. He has visited sites to find out how it works, where you can find some and where it is going.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is listening to audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to the audio CDs included in Orson Scott Card's Posing as People. The book includes each original story, comments by the authors of the scripts, and the scripts themselves. A 4-disc audiobook is also there made up of a reading of each original story and a performance of each script by the actors.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to The Fires of Heaven by Robert Jordan, George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series and Lois McMaster Bujold's Paladin of Souls.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, some of the titles he has been listening to include Roger Gregg' s Diabolic Playhouse, Dinotopia from ZBS, the Anne Manx adventures of The Radio Repertory Company of America and Jeff Green's Soundings.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin, Anne Manx and the Trouble on Chromius and Roger Gregg's Big Big Space. Also, you'll find out this year's nominees in the Science Fiction category for the 2004 Audie Award.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to The Callahan Chronicals by Spider Robinson, Timeline by Michael Crichton and Tales for a Stormy Night: A Pandora's Box of Classic Chillers compiled by Yuri Rasovsky

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Nine Princes in Amber by Roger Zelazny and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. He also has a look at five audio anthologies released in 2000 by dhAudio.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to The Terminal Experiment by Robert J. Sawyer, First Meetings: Four Stories from the Enderverse by Orson Scott Card and Deathstalker: Rebellion Episode 1: Opening Gambit by Simon R. Green.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari, The Man Who Traveled in Elephants and The Invisible Man.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to 3 new releases from Audible.com: The Best of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 2002, The Best of Analog Science Fiction and Fact 2002 and The Best of Asimov's Science Fiction 2002.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Shadow Puppets and Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card, Dreamcatcher by Stephen King, Gather, Darkness by Fritz Leiber and Song of the Wanderer: The Unicorn Chronicles Part II by Bruce Coville.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to on-line radio including Hour 25, I-SCI-FI and SciFiAudio. And for fiction, he has heard The Fifth Sorceress by Robert Newcomb.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov, Episode 1 of the Simon R. Green's Deathstalker series, The Spock vs. Q Collection featuring Leonard Nimoy and John DeLancie and Star Trek: The Last Roundup by Christie Golden.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Ender's Game and Ender's Shadow by Orson Scott Card, The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson and Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones by R.A. Salvatore.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Tales from Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin, Star Wars: The New Jedi Order -- Vector Prime by R.A. Salvatore and Star Wars: The New Jedi Order -- Dark Journey by Elaine Cunningham.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Ruby 1: The Adventures of a Galactic Gumshoe by Tom Lopez, Star Trek Gateways: What Lay Beyond by Diane Carey, Peter David, Keith R.A. DeCandido, Christie Golden, Robert Greenberger, and Susan Wright and Bradamant: The Iron Tempest by Ron Miller.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to 10 to the 16th to 1 by James Patrick Kelly, Hunters in the Forest by Robert Silverberg and the Beyond 2000, all available through audible.com.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to American Gods by Neil Gaiman, Star Wars: The Approaching Storm by Alan Dean Foster and By His Bootstraps by Robert A. Heinlein.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to Vitals by Greg Bear and Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon. Also, you may want to read his note about Frank Muller who is known for his audio work on many of Stephen King's novels, including the Dark Tower.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to The Voice from the Edge: Midnight in the Sunken Cathedral by Harlan Ellison and The Elephants of Posnan and Other Stories by Orson Scott Card.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he takes us on a tour of the variety of audio delights associated with J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he has been listening to The Nine Billion Names of God and Other Stories by Arthur C. Clarke and Isaac Asimov Himself Reads 5 Complete Stories by Isaac Asimov.

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a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he tells us about the audio version of one of his favourite novels, Neal Stephenson's Snow Crash. He also has some short reviews of audio titles from Dean Koontz and Stephen King.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he's listened to a course on tape, Science Fiction: The Literature of the Technological Imagination and relaxed with On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King and Doomsday Book by Connie Willis.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson offers his views on audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he tells us of his adventures renting audiobooks via the mail, including his opinions on audio verisions of Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson and A Walk in the Sun by Geoffrey A. Landis.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he points us towards The Reader's Chair, a company that concentrates on Lois McMaster Bujold's novels.

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is looking at audio SF -- on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out, he takes us on a tour of his favourite science fiction and fantasy audios. Are any of yours on this list?

 Vox: SF For Your Ears Vox: SF For Your Ears
a column by Scott Danielson
Scott Danielson is SF Site's new columnist. He'll be taking a look at audio SF; on tape, on CD, on whatever. This time out he has a look at Star Trek titles from Simon and Schuster Audioworks. He gives us alist of his favourites.

Copyright © 2001 Scott Danielson


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