Audio

Moira Fogarty is a voiceover artist and audiobook narrator. Her recording of Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War” has been downloaded over 2 million times from the Internet Archive, viewed almost 1 million times on YouTube, and has been sampled in songs by Swedish power metal band Sabaton and ambient electronica by Cryxuss (because her voice is flexible like that). She is also a popular reader of public domain audiobooks for LibriVox.

Listen to Moira’s a live read of Jane Austen’s “Pride & Prejudice” on YouTube. One chapter a day was recorded from Sept 1 to Oct 31, 2016.

Listen and enjoy! If you like what you hear, please let me know here or on my Facebook page, or hire me to read for you. Video game voiceovers, textbooks, periodicals, complex technical manuals… I love a challenge, and my rates are reasonable.

Complete In Progress
Jane Austen : Persuasion Murasaki Shikibu: Genji Monogatari
John Milton: Areopagitica Lewis Carroll: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Sun Tzu: The Art of War
Jane Austen : Emma
Susanna Moodie: Roughing It In the Bush

Collaborative Projects
– Charlotte Bronte: Villette (Chapter 36-XXXVI, The Apple of Discord & Chapter 42-XLII, Finis)
– John Charles Dent: The Gerrard Street Mystery and Other Weird Tales
– Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities (Chapter III-XIV, The Knitting Done)
– Thomas Hardy: Jude the Obscure (Part One, Chapters 10 & 11)
– Homer (trans. Butler): The Odyssey (Book 17, 591 lines & Book 18, 421 lines)
– Rudyard Kipling: The Return of Imray (as part of “LibriVox Short Ghost Stories, Vol. 003”)
– William Shakespeare: Sonnet 116 (as part of “LibriVox Weekly Poetry”)

Future Plans and Schemes
– Austen, Jane : Complete Catalogue
– Barrie, J.M. : Peter Pan and Wendy
– Baudelaire, Charles : Les Fleurs du Mal
– Burnett, Frances Hodgson : The Little Princess
– Burnett, Frances Hodgson : The Secret Garden
– Burroughs, Edgar Rice : The Land that Time Forgot
– Collins, Wilkie : The Moonstone (long term)
– Defoe, Daniel : Robinson Crusoe (long term)
– Dostoyevsky, Fyodor : Crime and Punishment (long term)
– Melville, Herman : Moby Dick (long term)
– Milton, John : Paradise Lost (very long term)
– Montgomery, L. M. : Any Anne of Green Gables book
– Nesbit, E. : The Phoenix and the Carpet (very long term)
– Nesbit, E. : The Story of the Amulet (very long term)
– Rilke, Rainer Maria : Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge
– Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft : Frankenstein, or Modern Prometheus
– Various : Classical Poetry of Japan
– Wodehouse, P.G. : Right Ho, Jeeves
– Need more info on Canadian copyright status of Dorothy L. Sayers – ‘Whose Body?’ has been recorded, but nothing else…?

2 thoughts on “Audio

  1. Nothing important to say here, just that my wife and I were listening to your recording of ‘Roughing it in the Bush’ driving through eastern Ontario the other day and we both found we were very near to tears for much of the time. A lot of the credit goes to your reading, so I thought you should know that!

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