August 01, 2021

The rise of audio original publishing

Aug 01 2021 In an article that leads with nonfiction author Erik Larson's first foray into fiction, No One Goes Alone, a novella set in a haunted house on a fictional island off the coast of England, that will publish in September as a stand-alone audiobook from Penguin Random House Audio, the New York Times explores the concept of audio-book only releases: Larson is the latest best-selling author to experiment with a stand-alone audiobook, as sales of digital audio continue to rise. After a brief dip at the start of the pandemic, when many people were stuck at home and...

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Slam Poetry Vs. Spoken Word: All You Need To Know  

People have different views about slam poetry and spoken words. Some refer to them as poetry, others as a script, and some as a form of rap or hip-hop. Whatever your concept, have it in mind that they have elements of poetry even though they involve performance. In reality, slam poetry and spoken word are used interchangeably. It’s so because of the similarities between them. Also, the differences between them are so small compared to their similarities. This article is a comparison between slam poetry and the spoken word. However, it shows what makes up slam poetry and spoken word...

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