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Robin Whitten, Editor of Audiofile Magazine, at the L. Ron Hubbard Explorers Club 70th Anniversary Event Now on YouTube
Apr 06, 2010 (06:04 PM EDT)
Interview of Editor of America's Top Audiobook Publication on One of the Explorers Club's Most Renowned Members Now Available
LOS ANGELES, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The next in a series of interviews recorded at the famed Explorers Club headquarters in New York City has just been made available on YouTube at www.youtube.com/goldenagestories in the interview titled, "Robin Whitten at the L. Ron Hubbard Explorers Club 70th Anniversary Event."
In an event honoring author and explorer L. Ron Hubbard before a packed hall of publishing professionals at the famed Explorers Club in New York City, Robin Whitten, Publisher and Editor of Audiofile Magazine, was interviewed on the impact of audiobooks and readers theater. www.AudiofileMagazine.com
"The whole event was quite fabulous being here in the Explorers Club," stated Robin Whitten, "honoring obviously Hubbard's expeditions and membership and support of the Club." (www.youtube.com/goldenagestories)
The evening's activities included a performance of The Last Drop, a humorous fantasy written by Hubbard about 1930s New York. Whitten explained, "Audio theater format really brings the stories alive and makes them give a listener the sense of being in the story." She concluded, "It's great to see audio theater live, but also the audio books in their recorded form spreads the joy around to many people who can experience audio theater."
Already established as one of the top selling writers of high adventure, mystery, western, SF and Fantasy in the world of pulp fiction—with its 30 million monthly readers—the name L. Ron Hubbard (along with any of his 15 pen names), was regularly seen besides the likes of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler in those pulpwood pages. Hubbard used his experiences on expeditions to good effect. Wrote one editor of Thrilling Adventures magazine about how Hubbard got so much color into stories of faraway places: ". . . he's been there, brothers. He's been and seen and done, and plenty of all three of them!"
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