Resources for Making Audio & Digital Stories:
 
Abel, J. (2015). Out on the Wire: Storytelling Secrets of the
     New Masters of Radio.  
NY: Broadway Books.
Association of Independents in Radio
Biewan, J. and Dilworth, A.  (2010). Reality Radio: Telling
     True Stories in Sound.

Cowbird (Free digital storytelling social media site -lots of
     fun)
Duke Center for Documentary Studies
Goldsmiths College, University of London
HearSay International Audio Arts Festival
Sensory Ethnography Lab at Harvard University
StoryCenter (formerly Center for Digital Storytelling)
Third Coast International 
Transom.org
Union Docs, Full Spectrum Storytelling Intensive (Brooklyn,  
     NY)
 


Audio, Radio, & Global Justice:

female:pressure
Foo, S. "What To Do If Your Workplace Is Too White,"
     Transom Manifesto

Kumanyika, C. "Vocal Color in Public Radio," Transom
     Manifesto

Norient: Network for Local and Global Sounds and Media
     Culture

Radio Art106fm, internet radio show hosted by Meira Asher.
     Listen live on Sundays, 4pm EST or to archive
Saout Radio
Sounding Out! Pushing Sound Studies into the Red with
     accompanying podcast
Süden Radio, a project of radiopapesse
Youth Radio

Audio Auto-Ethnography & Critical Storytelling:

Carmona, J. F. & Luschen, K. (Ed.) (2014). Crafting Critical
     Stories: Toward Pedagogies and Methodologies of
     Collaboration, Inclusion, and Hope.
New York: Peter Lang.
Denzin, N, Lincoln, Y., & Smith, L.T. (Ed.) (2008). Handbook
     of Critical and Indigenous Methodologie
s. Thousand Oaks,
     CA: Sage Publications.
Madison, D. S. (2005). Critical Ethnography: Method, Ethics,
     and Performance.
Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Mobile Poetry Panel 2015, International Congress of
     Qualitative Inquiry
 


Listen! (A sampler of some beloved audio pieces):

"If" by Sherre DeLys
"Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song," by Dmae Roberts
"Anosmia" by Aurélie Lierman
"a love song for attiwapiskat," by Leanne Betasamosake
     Simpson
"Living Flag," by damali ayo and Dmae Roberts
"The Woman on the Ice," by Rikke Houd
"Soeurs de Camp," (Camp Sisterhood) by Charlotte Rouault
     & Benoit Bories
"Von Trapped," by Natalie Kestecher
"Long Ago, Interior with Parrot," by Sherre DeLys
"Fidelity," by Sherre DeLys
"refuse: military.01," by Meira Asher
"The Savage Bull," a radio art diptych (1/2) by Bernard Clarke
"Poetry, Texas," by Pejk Malinovski
"Hamoni Lapude Anan," by Joaquin Cofreces  
WFMU's This is the Modern World with Trouble
The Hackney Podcast by Francesca Panetta
 "On the Shore Dimly Seen," by Gregory Whitehead
"Tim Key and Gogol's Overcoat," by Tim Key

More Good Resources:

Berendt, J-E. (1992). The Third Ear: On Listening to the
     World
. NY: Henry Holt. 
Boyd, M. (2014) Good Tape: Methodological Lessons from
     Working in Audio. Public: A Journal of Imagining America
     2
(1).

Ehn, E.  (2015) Puppets in the Green Mountains, Really good
     Keynote!

Kahn, D. (2013). Earth Sound, Earth Signal. Berkeley:
     University of California Press.  See first chapter.
Makagon, D. & Neuman, M. (2009). Recording Culture: Audio
     Documentary and Ethnographic Experience.
Thousand
     Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.  
Nova, RTE Lyric Fm, hosted by Bernard Clarke
RadioDoc Review -Fabulous journal reviewing radio
     documentaries
Street, S. (2014). The Poetry of Radio, The Colour of Sound.
     London: Routledge.

Organizations/ Projects:



Buddhist Peace Fellowship
Decolonization, Indigeneity, Education & Society
Goddard College
Great Small Works
Community Economies Collective
Montague Bookmill
Mass Slavery Apology 
Third Coast International Festival
HearSay International Audio Festival
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