Best Seller (!) on Audible: Understanding Poetry
Imagine my surpise when I got an email that one of my Modern Scholar courses on CD is currently a "best seller" on Audible.com. Not only that, it's a course on poetry!
You can read the story here. They have nice things to say about the course and provide handy links to a number of my courses on Audible.com as well as a link to a free excerpt.
This was the course that was a finalist for an Audie award (which I lost to Paula Poundstone), and I'm very pleased that people are enjoying it. However, I don't think it is my best course. That's probably either A Way with Words: Rhetoric, Writing and the Arts of Persuasion or A Way with Words III: Grammar for Adults. And I'm also rather partial to the newest course, The Anglo-Saxon World.
I've also done courses on The History of the English Language, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Chaucer and Approaches to Literature.
(I think I get something like 25 cents each time someone downloads an Audible course, so I have a tiny financial interest in promoting these. But I do think readers of this blog might enjoy some of the courses).