Celebrating the 2021 Audie Awards: Best Female Narrator
Robin Miles Wins for The City We Became
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AudioFile’s Michele Cobb and host Jo Reed are discussing the 2021 Audie Awards all week. In today’s episode, they’re celebrating the excellent nominees for Best Female Narrator and toasting this year’s winner, Robin Miles.
Finalists for the 2021 Audie Award for Best Female Narrator:
N.K. Jemisin, The City We Became, read by Robin Miles (Hachette Audio)
Alice Walker, The Color Purple, read by Samira Wiley (Audible)
Elena Ferrante, The Lying Life of Adults, read by Ann Goldstein, (Random House Audio)
Ruth Ware, One by One, read by Imogen Church (Simon & Schuster Audio)
Kiley Reid, Such a Fun Age, read by Nicole Lewis (Penguin Audio)
Find a full list of 2021 Audie Award finalists and winners at theaudies.com.
Support comes from Oasis Audio, publisher of The Last Queen. Simon Vance narrates a revelatory new biography of Queen Elizabeth and the royal Windsor family.