Web Site http://www.choicemagazinelistening.org/
Who We Are
Choice Magazine Listening is a free audio anthology for a special
audience of blind, visually impaired, physically disabled, or dyslexic subscribers. CML was created in 1962 by the non-profit Lucerna
Fund to offer the best of contemporary magazine writing, completely
without charge, to adults unable to read standard print.
What We Do
CML selects and records memorable writing from approximately 100
leading magazines. Every other month, this unique, free service offers
its subscribers eight hours of outstanding unabridged articles, fiction
and poetry read by professional voices and recorded on four-track cassette tapes.
The required four-track player is provided free of charge by the Library
of Congress through its Talking Book program, which is available to those
who are unable to read because of visual or physical handicap.
If you don't have a four-track player, we can help you obtain one.
Here are just a select few of the many publications they work with:
* Adirondack Explorer
* American Literary Review
* Business Week
* Condé Nast Traveler
* House & Garden
* National Geographic
* The New York Times
* The New Yorker
* Rolling Stone
* Scientific American
* Travel & Leisure
* U.S. News & World Report
CML can be reached by email or though their website. The can also be reached by phone at 888-724-6423.