Litopia’s popular show POP-UP SUBMISSIONS would not be possible without the participation of some very fine voice talent, who give each and every submission the very best possible performance.
Our talented voice artists have an in-depth understanding of the particular demands of audiobook narration and – being writers themselves – they really do go the extra mile to bring your audiobook alive.
They are available to consider your audiobook projects – get in touch using the form below.
Robert has 14 years acting experience and enjoys breathing life into characters both on the stage and from the page. He can employ a good range of accents, particularly Scottish and Southern American. Robert is comfortable narrating texts with complex character names, settings and concepts. He reads a variety of fiction, but writes mostly in the sci-fi genre.
Georgina was raised in England but has called Texas home for many years, so she has a unique accent that lends itself to a wide range of writing styles. She does audio books for Sight Into Sound and enjoys reading fiction with a poetic bent. Georgina’s novel, Shiny Bits In Between, is being released this year.
Rich is a natural storyteller, a versatile narrator, and a talented home producer. He’ll take care of you, your vision, and your words from page to publication and beyond. Rich’s voice is well-suited to tales that touch on the mythic, to stories that soar.
Emily’s warm Irish tones are a consistent favourite with authors and viewers on Pop-Up Submissions. She brings an indefinable something to her readings which gives them heart and effortlessly absorbs listeners. Emily has recently produced her first fiction audio-book. She is willing to work in any genre and will deliver professional quality audio for your work, from narration to editing, to final production.
With a background in Amateur Dramatics, in particular Pantomime, Geoff is happy to work in any genre. Hailing for South London he is adept at readings that require a London accent, but can adapt to other national and international speech requirements too.
Leah Hinton hails from Texas. She has been traditionally published in multiple genres, including fiction, non-fiction and poetry. To date, Leah has won awards for her short fiction, her stageplays and her poetry. She is President of The Writers Guild Texas, a founding member of Stagewriters and is active in the writing community across North Texas. You can find her across social media as @authorlmhinton or at authorlmhinton.com. She and a writing partner are currently writing a jukebox musical for the band Air Supply featuring their music exclusively, and it is titled Love and Other Bruises and they are also currently writing shorts and feature films for Carpe Diem Productions.
Kate E. Salisbury
Kate is an experienced BBC broadcaster (radio and television for twenty years) with a background in acting and musical theatre. She’s a children’s author and lover of all types of literature (with a small “L”). Character voices a speciality. Also a sometime singer, instrumentalist and vocal arranger. Kate’s voice is something of an all-rounder and suited to most literary genres.