The Audies® | July 2013

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The Audio Publishers Association (APA) announced the winners of the 2013 Audie Awards on May 30 in New York. The awards recognize excellence in audiobook narration and production.

colinfirth The Audies® | July 2013AUDIOBOOK OF THE YEAR
The End of the Affair. By Graham Greene. Read by Colin Firth. Audible, Inc.

DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT IN PRODUCTION
Dracula. By Bram Stoker. Read by Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Simon Vance, Katherine Kellgren, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm, Steven Crossley, Simon Prebble, James Adams, Nicola Barber, Victor Villar-Hauser, and Marc Vietor. Audible, Inc.

AUDIO DRAMA
Swordspoint. By Ellen Kushner. Read by Ellen Kushner and a full cast including Dion Graham, Katherine Kellgren, Robert Fass, Nick Sullivan, Simon Jones, Sam Guncler, and Anne Bobby. SueMedia Productions for Neil Gaiman Presents (ACX).

BIOGRAPHY/MEMOIR
The Seamstress. By Sara Tuvel Bernstein, Louise Loots Thornton, and Marlene Bernstein Samuels. Read by Wanda McCaddon. Tantor Media.

BUSINESS/EDUCATIONAL
Spy the Lie. By Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, Susan Carnicero, and Don Tennant. Read by Fred Berman.Macmillan Audio.

CHILDREN’S TITLES FOR AGES 8–12
Same Sun Here. By Silas House and Neela Vaswani Read by Silas House and Neela Vaswani. Brilliance Audio.

CHILDREN’S TITLES FOR AGES UP TO 8
The Great Cake Mystery: Precious Ramotswe’s Very First Case. By Alexander McCall Smith. Read by Adjoa Andoh. Listening Library.

CLASSIC
Dombey and Son. By Charles Dickens. Read by Charlton Griffin. Audio Connoisseur.

FANTASY
Anita. By Keith Roberts. Read by Nicola Barber. Audible, Inc.

FICTION
The Handmaid’s Tale. By Margaret Atwood. Read by Claire Danes. Audible, Inc.

HISTORY
The Wrecking Crew. By Kent Hartman. Read by Dan John Miller. Tantor Media.

HUMOR
I Suck at Girls. By Justin Halpern. Read by Sean Schemmel. Harper Audio.

INSPIRATIONAL/FAITH-BASED FICTION
The Good Dream. By Donna VanLiere. Read by Donna VanLiere. Macmillan Audio.

INSPIRATIONAL/FAITH-BASED NONFICTION
Fearless. By Eric Blehm. Read by Paul Michael. eChristian.

LITERARY FICTION
Bring Up the Bodies. By Hilary Mantel. Read by Simon Vance. Macmillan Audio.

MULTIVOICED PERFORMANCE
Dracula. By Bram Stoker. Read by Alan Cumming, Tim Curry, Simon Vance, Katherine Kellgren, Susan Duerden, John Lee, Graeme Malcolm, Steven Crossley, Simon Prebble, James Adams, Nicola Barber, Victor Villar-Hauser, and Marc Vietor. Audible, Inc.

Beautifulmyst The Audies® | July 2013MYSTERY
The Beautiful Mystery. By Louise Penny. Read by Ralph Cosham. Macmillan Audio.

NARRATION BY THE AUTHOR or AUTHORS
Society’s Child: My Autobiography. By Janis Ian. Read by Janis Ian. Audible, Inc.

NONFICTION
Breasts. By Florence Williams. Read by Kate Reading. Tantor Media.

ORIGINAL WORK
Gun Church. By Reed Farrel Coleman. Read by Joe Barrett and John Keating. Audible, Inc.

PACKAGE DESIGN
On the Night You Were Born. By Nancy Tillman. Read by Orlagh Cassidy. Designed by Margo Goody. Macmillan Audio.

PARANORMAL
Spellbound. By Larry Correia. Read by Bronson Pinchot. Audible, Inc.

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
The Tao of Pooh. By Benjamin Hoff. Read by Simon Vance. Tantor Media.

ROMANCE
The Witness. By Nora Roberts. Read by Julia Whelan. Brilliance Audio.

SCIENCE FICTION
The Age of Miracles. By Karen Thompson Walker. Read by Emily Rankin. Random Audio.

SHORT STORIES/COLLECTIONS
astray The Audies® | July 2013Astray. By Emma Donoghue. Read by Khristine Hvam, James Langton, Robert Petkoff, Suzanne Toren, and Dion Graham. Hachette Audio.

SOLO NARRATION–FEMALE
Katherine Kellgren. The Boy in the Suitcase. By Lene Kaaberbøl and Agnete Friis. AudioGO.

SOLO NARRATION–MALE
Edoardo Ballerini. Beautiful Ruins. By Jess Walter. Harper Audio.

SPECIAL AWARD SALES ACHIEVEMENT
Fifty Shades of Grey. By E.L. James. Read by Becca Battoe. Random Audio.

TEENS
The Fault in Our Stars. By John Green. Read by Kate Rudd. Brilliance Audio.

THRILLER/SUSPENSE
Red, White, and Blood. By Christopher Farnsworth. Read by Bronson Pinchot. Blackstone Audio.

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