The How and Why of Audiobook Production will be presented at the June WWP Monthly Dinner Meeting on June 20, 2012 at 6 p.m. at Windows on
the Bay Events, 2625 S. Harbor Loop, Squalicum Harbor.
Lyssa Browne will discuss the background of audiobooks, the current state of the industry, the basics of production, and what really goes on in the recording studio. She will share her thoughts on choosing the right narrator, tips on narrating a book, and some ideas about marketing and distribution.
Lyssa is a co-owner of Cedar House Audio Productions, a full-service spoken word audio production company focusing on audiobooks, podcasts, and video game voice-overs.
Lyssa is the executive producer, an occasional narrator, and has directed more than 100 audiobooks. Lyssa has directed and produced 30 audio tours for Rick Steves’ Europe through the Backdoor. Since their founding in 2007 they have won numerous Audiofile Earphones Awards, won the 2009 Odyssey Award for best young adult Audiobook of the year, and been nominated 5 times for the industry’s highest honor: the Audie Award.
This is a dinner event. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Tickets are $ 16 per person and includes dinner and dessert. Cash Bar is available. For RSVP and more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 714.8901, or visit www.WhatcomWritersAndPublishers.org.
WWP is a professional organization of local writers, publishers, editors and media specialists in the Pacific Northwest.