Penn State Altoona professor's 'Minotaur' book goes audio

Penn State Altoona Associate Professor of English and Integrative Arts Steven Sherrill's book "The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break," will be turned into an audio book by Neil Gaiman Presents through Audiobook Creation Exchange (ACX).

Sherrill has published two other books.

ACX, an online audiobook rights marketplace and audiobook production platform that matches book rights holders with narrators and producers, facilitated the audiobook production of the 16 books for Neil Gaiman Presents. Gaiman is a best-selling author, screen-writer, and award-winning audiobook narrator.
Gaiman explained, “I’ve picked books I loved and wanted more people to find, and worked as closely as I could with each author to find just the right narrator for each audiobook.” Gaiman has written and recorded an introduction to each audiobook produced under his label.
Many of Gaiman’s picks already in the pipeline are planned for production via ACX and will be released under Neil Gaiman Presents throughout 2012 and beyond.
For further information, visit http://www.acx.com/ online.
 
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Last Updated October 31, 2011