Hamlet, Prince of Denmark is a March 2015 AudioFile Earphones Award winner!

Audiofile Magazine awards Earphones to truly exceptional presentations that excel in all the following criteria:
• Narrative voice and style
• Vocal characterizations
• Appropriateness for the audio format
• Enhancement of the text

They describe Richard’s work as “powerful”, “amazing”, and “gifted”. Not that we are the least bit surprised at these accolades; we know they are richly deserved.

Congratulations, Richard; your work on Hamlet is exceptional!

(x) and my screen cap

Skylines And Turnstiles
  • Skylines And Turnstiles
  • My Chemical Romance
  • I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love

This broken city sky

Like butane on my skin

Stolen from my eyes

Hello angel, tell me

Where are you?

i midified an entire joel stream for no reason
  • i midified an entire joel stream for no reason
  • Awful Midi Covers

If you’re wondering why it sounds so compressed, the bitrate is at 40kbps so this 30 minute audiofile can fit with tumblr’s 10mb limit

I dunno why I did this but @vargskelethor help me my son can’t tie his shoes and he’s 21

Az Avantgarde Trio Classico 30 millás hangrendszere úgy néz ki, mint két óriás, a tökéletes zenei élmény befogadására kiélezett audiofil fülcimpa pár. Ezzel szemben a hatalmas tölcsérek és bennük megbújó driverek nem hallgatásra, hanem hangkibocsátásra születtek, de még milyenre.

Meet the Editors: Mimi Wong

Mimi Wong is the Enumerate Associate Editor at The Offing. She is a New York-based writer, video producer, and editor. Previously, she created the music web series “AudioFile” for ABC News. She has also contributed to projects for ABC, PBS, NYC TV, Mother Jones, and Time Out New York. Her fiction has appeared in Crab Orchard Review. She is a native of California’s Silicon Valley, spent brief stints working and living in Shanghai, and ultimately calls Brooklyn home.

What doors does The Offing open for you?

I think the greatest asset The Offing has to offer is the incredible community of editors, contributors, and readers. I love everyone that I get the privilege of working with. The people who contribute all possess an amazing spirit of inclusion. It’s really wonderful to be able to support each other and to feel supported as a writer and artist.

Is there a piece you’ve worked on or found at The Offing that’s been especially meaningful to you?

I was so excited when our department editor Aricka Foreman entrusted me with an Enumerate covering a group exhibit featuring immigrant and first generation artists. We came up with an idea to pair the visual images with texts that informed the artists’ work. From there, Aricka kindly let me run with it. It’s always a great feeling to be able to work a project that you believe in.

What would you like to see us do with the donations we receive during our fundraiser?

As a writer who has been on the other side of the submissions process, I really appreciate The Offing‘s policy of paying its contributors, even if it’s just a small honorarium. I would like to see that continue and, perhaps, for the compensation to increase. I truly believe in not asking writers and artists to have to work for free.

Anything else? Tell us something about your experience with The Offingand why this work is meaningful to you.

The Offing‘s explicit commitment to diversity is something that I cannot cheer enough for. And I love that the diversity in voices and content on the site is also reflected in the diversity of the editorial staff behind the scenes.


UPDATED file: BBC4 Radio “Heart of Darkness”

Updated! I have changed the download link because I turned the file into an audiobook with a playback setting. Yay!!

For those who want to listen to the recent installation of BBC4′s Unmade Movie Series, “Heart of Darkness”. I have recorded it and uploaded it to Mediafire for download. I don’t have the best equipment, but until they come up with a audiofile for purchase it’s the best I can do! It really is a wonderful piece of radio drama and James McAvoy is amazing in it. Turn off the lights and your phones and just listen to it.

Download Here

Something that has always worried//bothered me, is the fact that there are hundreds of thousands of teenage girls out there right now whom the media has conditioned to believe that they don’t have the right to say ‘No’ to sexual acts, to sending nudes, to something their partner wants, to the creepy guy at the bar who won’t go away…

Like, that’s not okay.

Say 'No’, say 'fuck off’, send them the audiofile of P!NK’s 'U + Ur Hand Tonite’…

Do nothing that makes you uncomfortable, that you do not want to.

If she/he says they will leave you if you do not… then you have lost nothing worth keeping when you reply, “Go Ahead”.


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The Sea of Fucking People Saying 'Well If They Didn’t Want the Nudes Stolen, They Shouldn’t Have Taken The Pictures In The First Place!’ completely ignorant of the manipulation at play here.