This category is for listings of websites dealing with literary performance--readings, non-theatric (strictly speaking) dramatizations, and so on.
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John Adams Institute
Promotes American literature and culture in Europe by bringing authors and other speakers to Amsterdam to give lectures. With lecture details and membership information.
Extensive collection of free audio books read by volunteers; the goal is to record every book in the public domain.
A monthly salon for stories featuring writers and actors reading their own work and the work of others.
Seeks to record, produce, and sell performances of at least 50 public domain texts per year, with the intention of releasing them under the Creative Commons Attrubition Non-Commercial License five years after their first appearance on the site (or after a hundred-thousand purchases of the recording, whichever comes first).
Wired for Books
Features modern and classic literature and literary criticism and discussion. Works are available in RealAudio, RealVideo, and multimedia presentations.
Features contemporary audio drama, from original and published sources. (Requires Apple QuickTime 4.)
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