Monday, February 11, 2019

2019 Audie Awards Finalists

The Audio Publishers Association has announced its 2019 Audie Awards finalists. Each year it honors the best titles in audio publishing for the previous year at a gala awards ceremony. Awards will be given in twenty-four categories including Audiobook of the Year. Below are the finalists for 2019 Audie Awards.

Science Fiction
§       The Hitchhiker’s Guide tothe Galaxy: Hexagonal Phase, Eoin Colfer & Douglas Adams, read by John Lloyd, Simon Jones, Geoff McGivern, and a full cast (Penguin Random House UK Audio)
§       Planetside, Michael Mammay, read by R.C. Bray (HarperAudio)
§       Black Star Renegades, Michael Moreci, read by Dan Bittner (Macmillan Audio)
§       Head On, John Scalzi, read by Wil Wheaton (Audible)
§       Artemis, Andy Weir, read by Rosario Dawson (Audible)
Fantasy
§       European Travel for the Monstrous Gentle woman, Theodora Goss, read by Kate Reading (Simon & Schuster Audio)
§       Second Hand Curses, Drew Hayes, read by Scott Aiello, Marc Vietor & Tavia Gilbert (Audible)
§       Kill the Farm Boy, Kevin Hearne & Delilah S. Dawson, read by Luke Daniels (Penguin Random House Audio)
§       Jade City, Fonda Lee, read by Andrew Kishino (Hachette Audio)
§       Spinning Silver, Naomi Novik, read by Lisa Flanagan (Penguin Random House Audio)
Audiobook of the Year
§       Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi, read by Bahni Turpin (Macmillan Audio)
Audio Drama
§       Alien: Sea of Sorrows, James A. Moore & Dirk Maggs, read by John Chancer, Stockard Channing, Tony Gardner, Lorelei King, Laurel Lefkow & a full cast (Audible)
§       Steal the Stars, Mac Rogers, read by a full cast (Macmillan Audio)
§      The Martian Invasion of Earth, H.G. Wells & Nicholas Briggs, read by Richard Armitage & Lucy Briggs-Owen (Big Finish)
Best Female Narrator
§        The Mermaid and Mrs.Hancock, Imogen Hermes Gowar, read by Juliet Stevenson (HarperAudio)
Best Male Narrator
§       Pet Sematary, Stephen King, read by Michael C. Hall (Simon & Schuster Audio)
§       Watchers, Dean Koontz, read by Edoardo Ballerini (Brilliance)
Faith-Based Fiction & Non-Fiction
§        The Rogue, Lee W. Brainard, read by Therese Plummer (Podium)
Fiction
§       An Absolutely Remarkable Thing, Hank Green, read by Kristen Sieh & Hank Green (Penguin Random House Audio)
§       Life of Pi, Yann Martel, read by Vikas Adam (Audible)
Humor
§        Noir, Christopher Moore, read by Johnny Heller (HarperAudio)
Literary Fiction & Classics
§        Split Tooth, Tanya Tagaq, read by the author (Penguin Random House Canada)
Middle Grade
§        Louisiana’s Way Home, Kate DiCamillo, read by Cassandra Morris (Penguin Random House Audio)
§        The Secret of Nightingale Wood, Lucy Strange, read by the author (Scholastic Audio)
Multi-Voiced Performance
§        Hans Christian Andersen’sFairy Tales, Hans Christian Andersen, read by F. Murray Abraham and an ensemble cast (Listening Library)
Narration by the Author or Authors
§       The Poet X, Elizabeth Acevedo, read by the author (HarperAudio)
§       The Secret of Nightingale Wood, Lucy Strange, read by the author (Scholastic Audio)
Original Work
§        Loki Ragnarok, Mark Binder, read by the author (Light)
§        Spin, Harvey Edelman, Neil Fishman & David B. Coe, read by Jim Dale, Barrett Leddy, Lisa Livesay, Nicola Barber, Khristine Hvam, Nick Sullivan, John Brady & Johnny Heller (HarperAudio)
§        Magus Elgar, Kennedy Phillips, read by Ricardo Cabral, William Violenus, Christopher Moore, and a full cast (Kennedy Phillips, MelodyGun)
Romance
§       Shadow and Ice, Gena Showalter, read by Melissa Moran & Leo Barnabas (HarperAudio)
Thrillers/Suspense
§       The Outsider, Stephen King, read by Will Patton (Simon & Schuster Audio)
Young Adult
§        The Poet X, Elizabeth Acevedo, read by the author (HarperAudio)
§       Children of Blood and Bone, Tomi Adeyemi, read by Bahni Turpin (Macmillan Audio)
§       The Lady’s Guide toPetticoats and Piracy, Mackenzi Lee, read by Moira Quirk (HarperAudio)
Young Listeners
§       Esquivel!: Space-Age Sound Artist, Susan Wood, read by Brian Amador (Live Oak)

In 2019, the Twenty-Fourth Annual Audie Awards ceremony will be held at Guastavino’s in Manhattan on March 4th. And the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on March 4. 

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