Please join us on with Audie Hall of Fame Narrator Robin Miles for a discussion about all things audio.
Hailed as “a voice that never disappoints,” Grammy nominated, Audie award winning actor/director, Robin Miles, has garnered top honors, including the Audible Hall of Fame, Booklist Voice of the Year, and Audiofile’s Golden Voice, with over 40 Best of the Year and Earphones awards. Her chameleon-like acting ability wins accolades for its nuance, variety & depth, and spans over 400+ audiobooks in multiple genres (including, Hidden Figures, Hugo winners The Fifth Season Trilogy (NK Jemisin), Binti (Nnedi Okorafor), and The Mueller Report) documentary films, museum installations, and commercials. Her clients include every major US publisher, NYC’s American Museum of Natural History, The Smithsonian, Chicago Art Institute, and Seattle Art Museum.
Her acting credits include Broadway’s The Violent Hour, Law & Order, several regional theater classics and premiers, and the coveted Collected Shorts of Symphony Space/NPR Radio. She attended Yale University, Yale School of Drama, the British American Drama Academie, and owns Voxpertise, Inc. production & training studio in Manhattan.
Ms. Miles will be interviewed by chapter member Ellen Quint.
Ellen Quint is an audiobook reviewer, mystery writer, and Audies judge and an active member of Sisters in Crime-NY. Ellen brings a love of mysteries and a deep knowledge of the genre to her writing for AudioFile, where she writes the “Solve” blog. Her own crime short stories can be found in the Sisters in Crimes anthologies: FAMILY MATTERS: A Mystery Anthology (Crossing the Line), and WHERE CRIME NEVER SLEEPS: Murder New York Style vol. 4 (Taking the Brooklyn Bridge Back).