Tina Fey Tops Audie Awards with Memoir

By Rife, Susan | Sarasota Herald Tribune, June 17, 2012 | Go to article overview

Tina Fey Tops Audie Awards with Memoir


Rife, Susan, Sarasota Herald Tribune


'Bossypants" by Tina Fey won Audiobook of the Year at the Audio Publishers Association's 17th annual Audies Gala on June 5 in New York.

Judges said that "Bossypants" "delivers on all fronts and listening to Fey tell the story of her life is like going out for a coffee with an old and funny friend."

The book also won the Biography/Memoir category.

The annual awards list always gives me another entry point into what to listen to in the coming months.

Here are the winners in other categories:

Distinguished Achievement in Production: "The Watch That Ends the Night: Voices from the Titanic," by Allan Wolf. Read by Michael Page, Phil Gigante, Christopher Lane, Laural Merlington and Angela Dawe. Brilliance Audio

Solo Narration -- Female: Rosalyn Landor, "The Winter Sea" by Susanna Kearsley. Audible, Inc.

Solo Narration --Male: Simon Vance, "The King's Speech: How One Man Saved the British Monarchy" By Mark Logue and Peter Conradi. Tantor Media.

Narration by the Author or Authors: "Beauty Queens" by Libba Bray. Scholastic Audio.

Audio Drama: "I, Claudius" by Robert Graves. Read by Derek Jacobi, Tim McInnerny, Harriet Walter and a full cast. AudioGO.

Business/Educational: "The Barefoot Executive: The Ultimate Guide for Being Your Own Boss and Achieving Financial Freedom" by Carrie Wilkerson. Read by Carrie Wilkerson. Oasis Audio.

Children's Titles Ages 1 to 8: "Django: World's Greatest Jazz Guitarist" by Bonnie Christensen. Read by George Guidall. Live Oak Media.

Children's Titles, Ages 8 to 12: "Heart and Soul" by Kadir Nelson. Read by Debbie Allen. HarperAudio

Classic: "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby" by Charles Dickens. Read by Simon Vance. Tantor Media

Fantasy: "Daughter of Smoke and Bone" by Laini Taylor. Read by Khristine Hvam. Hachette Audio

Fiction: "Alas, Babylon" by Pat Frank. Read by Will Patton. Audible, Inc.

History: "1861: The Civil War Awakening" by Adam Goodheart. Read by Jonathan Davis. Audible, Inc.

Humor: "Shatner Rules: Your Guide to Understanding the Shatnerverse and the World at Large" by William Shatner with Chris Regan. Read by William Shatner. Penguin Audio

Inspirational/Faith-based Fiction: "Courageous: A Novel" by Randy Alcorn. …

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