Posted on February 19, 2024 at 3:17 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Some of the buzziest topics in the literary world are audiobooks and artificial intelligence.

We've got news on both individually as well as together ...

  • Literary podcaster and critic Maris Kreizman wants audiobook narrators to take a step back and let the text, versus their ability to don different accents, shine (Literary Hub).

  • It seems like just yesterday that the complaint about posthumous celebrity literature was that unpublished manuscripts were being hastily released to capitalize on the attention; now, it's that artificial intelligence is churning out shoddy biographies of the recently deceased (The New York Times).

  • And, as promised, the combination post: a tech-savvy audiobook fan figured out how to drop Virtual Voice results from Audible searches (Brian's Book Blog).

Categories: Today in Books

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