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My LibriVox recordings & my reading journal (solo Litblog).

LibriVox – Year 2013 Masterlist

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All Librivox Recordings are in the public domain.
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My other projects for 2013 are listed after the Weekly Poetry. Click here to view that list.

SHORT WEEKLY POETRY

WP Week 01, A Song For New Year’s Eve by William Cullen Bryant
WP Week 02, The Smoke Upon Your Altar Dies by Rudyard Kipling
WP Week 03, January by Helen Hunt Jackson
WP Week 04, The Flag and the Faithful by William J. Lampton
WP Week 05, Lines Addressed to an Old Bachelor by James McIntyre
WP Week 06, Do You Fear the Wind by Hamlin Garland
WP Week 07, Thrice Toss Those Oaken Ashes in the Air by Thomas Campion
WP Week 08, Love is Enough by William Morris
WP Week 09, She sweeps with many-colored Brooms by Emily Dickinson
WP Week 10, Mother Nature by George MacDonald
WP Week 11, He’d Nothing but His Violin by Mary Kyle Dallas
WP Week 12, A Poe-em of Passion by Charles Fletcher Lummis
WP Week 13, The Star by Jane Taylor
WP Week 14, The Little Star, author unknown
WP Week 15, Mis’ Smith by Albert Bigelow Paine
WP Week 16, At Ease on Lethe Wharf by Helen Coale Crew
WP Week 17, For Dolly, who does not Learn her Lessons by E. Nesbit
WP Week 18, Mastery by Sara Teasdale
WP Week 19, The Conscientious Deacon by Vachel Lindsay
WP Week 20, Because I Could Not Stop for Death by Emily Dickinson
WP Week 21, To The Gnat by Samuel Rogers
WP Week 22, I Saw in Louisiana a Live-Oak Growing by Walt Whitman
WP Week 23, Forgiveness by John Greenleaf Whittier
WP Week 24, Songs Without Words by Robert J. Burdette
WP Week 25, To a Faded Rose by Maurice Switzer
WP Week 26, Midsummer by William Cullen Bryant
WP Week 27, In Time Of The Breaking Of Nations by Thomas Hardy
WP Week 28, The Old Man and the Ass by Jean de La Fontaine
WP Week 29 to 31, He Had His Dream by Paul Laurence Dunbar
WP Week 32 & 33, At the Club by Richard Hovey
WP Week 34 & 35, Fire-Flowers by E. Pauline Johnson
WP Week 36-39 are not available. On hiatus.
WP Week 40, The Rainy Day by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
WP Week 41, Answer To A Child’s Question by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
WP Week 42, The Taxi by Amy Lowell
WP Week 43, The Hag by Robert Herrick
WP Week 44 & 45, The Army of Death by Captain Charles Hamilton Sorley, Suffolk Regiment; killed in action, October 3rd 1915
WP Week 46, The Garden of Love by William Blake
WP Week 47, Hope by Emily Dickinson
WP Week 48 to 50, The Poet Who Sleeps by Walter Savage Landor
WP Week 51 & 52, There’s a Certain Slant of Light by Emily Dickinson


Other projects I have participated in during 2013, either solo or as a collaborator.

BOOKS AND COLLECTIONS
Solo project: A Century Of Roundels by Algernon Charles Swinburne
Group project: Christmas Short Works Collection 2013 by various

FORTNIGHTLY POETRY PROJECTS
Opportunity by Walter Malone
The Demon of the Gibbet by Fitz-James O’Brien
Better Far to Pass Away by Captain Richard Molesworth Dennys, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, who died of wounds received in the Somme Advance, 24th July 1916
One and Two by Will Carleton
Old Santeclaus by Clement Clarke Moore

Unlike the Weekly Poem, I don’t always submit a recording for the Fortnightly Poetry, hence the shorter list.

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