Librivox, torrented commercial ones, whatever....just would like some stuff to listen to while I walk/clean the house, etc https://onebigtorrent.org/sea https://onebigtorrent.org/search/p/Audio+Book Thanks Thanks http://www.audioanarchy.org/i http://www.audioanarchy.org/index.html Thanks Thanks http://audiobookbay.co/ http: http://audiobookbay.co/ http://audiobookbay.co/audio-books/capital-in-the-twenty-first-century-thomas-piketty-arthur-goldhammer/ http://audiobookbay.co/audio-books/eve-poole-capitalisms-toxic-assumptions-adam-smiths-seven-deadly-sins/ I'll have to give Audiobook I'll have to give Audiobook Bay another shot. I've found cool stuff on there, but never figured out how to make it work. Is Librivox still the best Is Librivox still the best for classic works of this nature? Depends who your looking Depends who your looking for, they have some stuff but their restrictions (absolutely must by public domain without a shadow of doubt etc.) has limited the texts they could make with the PD freeze in the United States. Though I've noticed several new anarchist and socialist projects being worked on. In terms of volume Audible Anarchist and Resonance Media have more readings https://resonanceaudiodistro.org/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaO1QA8QL99_eb0XhJI2Fyw Oh and just to say Audible Oh and just to say Audible Anarchist has a podcast version to go with the youtube channel https://audibleanarchism.podbean.com/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaO1QA8QL99_eb0XhJI2Fyw And librivox have finished a recording of Alexander Berkman's prison memoirs. I've not had a chance to listen to it yet though.