On the importance of audiobook performers
In the New York Times, John Schwartz writes about audiobook performers
, who may be "little known outside of the community of devoted listeners," but serve an important role. "If somebody’s going to spend 10 or 20 hours in my ears, turning me into a local jogging spectacle, I’d better enjoy the experience," writes Schwartz. "That means, of course, picking the right books to listen to. It also means listening to the right reader."