Uncategorized | February 20, 2006

As part of our efforts to bring quality contemporary literature to our readers and friends, the Missouri Review is proud to announce the availability of downloadable audio files of select readings from our authors. It is a service we hope to build upon in the months and years to come as more content is made available. The audio files will include authors reading their own work as well as professionals reading some of the best stories, poems, and essays published in the Review each year.

At the moment, we offer two means by which one might download our audio files. You will find instructions for each below. If you choose to subscribe to the Missouri Review Podcast via iTunes or another podcasting source, each new episode will be automatically downloaded to your iTunes account as it becomes available. There is no charge to download our audio files at the present time.

To subscribe to the Missouri Review Podcast using the free iTunes software (either Mac or PC):

1) Go to http://www.apple.com/iTunes and download your free version of the iTunes software.

2) Start the iTunes software and click on the “advanced” tab. Click the “subscribe to podcast” option.

3) Enter the Missouri Review’s feed into the box that appears and click “ok.”. The feed is as follows: http://www.themissourireview.com/audio/audio.xml.

4) A complete list of available episodes can be viewed by clicking on the right-arrow adjacent to our podcast name: The Missouri Review Podcast.

To download audio files (mp3 format) directly from our site, simply click on the following links:

Susan Vreeland, “A Night Unlike Any Other Night” (Part I), as read by Sheryl Bernstein
Susan Vreeland, “A Night Unlike Any Other Night” (Part II), as read by Sheryl Bernstein
Steve Almond, “Geek Slayer, Love Player,” as read by the author
Kerry Hardie, “Sheep Fair Day,” as read by the author
Timothy Bascom, “A Vocabulary for My Senses,” as read by the author

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