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11/20/2011

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Rick Wilber

It's an interesting experience listening to your work in an audio version read by a professional. Editor Allan Kaster did give us all the chance to send along some hints on how to pronounce certain words (always a good idea when it's science fiction, eh?), but for the most part, of course, it's the actor's interpretation of the story, not yours, and that can take some getting used to. Happily, mine was read by Adam Epstein, who did a great job. I was really pleased. And I found it hugely interesting to me to see my own internal pictures of various characters changing as I listened to his interpretation.

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