augusten-burroughs2.jpgI just finished the 8-disc version of queer scribe Augusten Burroughs’ newest audiobook, “A Wolf at the Table” (Macmillan Audio, $29.95).Fans of his memoir “Running With Scissors” and its eccentric cast of characters should be forewarned, like Dallas Voice book reviewer J.S. Hall already did: This tale — about Burroughs’ dad and the abuse he inflicted on Augusten — is painful. Sometimes it’s just a horror story.Anyway, for the audio version, Burroughs didn’t just read the text. Some parts are augmented with foley-artist soundtracking. He also plucked some of his favorite musicians to add songs, making the audiobook a “modern sound” project. Check ’em out.
Lesiban twin Tegan Quin (her sister Sara and I have an interesting history) wrote “His Song”

Performer-poet and Patti Smith made “The Only One.” [audio:]

My favorite tracks are Sea Wolf’sSong of the Magpie” [audio:]

and Ingrid Michaelson‘s “Spare Change” [audio:]rpg games mobileкритерии написания текста для сайта