The Kentucky Talking Book Library needs volunteers to create special audiobooks for people who are blind, have low vision. or are physically unable to read print. We use the talents of local volunteers to record books about Kentucky or by Kentucky authors that would otherwise not be available to our users. We need help editing recordings for quality and accuracy, and will provide one-on-one training. Editors may progress to monitoring recording sessions or audition to narrate books. Talking Books are sent to about 4000 readers in Kentucky and are also available to over 700,000 users nationwide. Without the help of volunteers, wonderful books by Kentucky writers such as Jesse Stuart, Wendell Berry, Jan Watson, and more would not be available for people who can't read regular print.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Kentucky Talking Book Library
PO Box 537, 300 Coffee Tree Rd., Frankfort, KY 40602, US
To provide reading materials in accessible format to Kentuckians who are unable to read print due to visual or physical disabilities.
The Kentucky Talking Book Library is a free service that provides audiobooks and Braille books through the mail or for download from the Internet. Anyone who is unable to use standard printed materials because of a visual or physical disability is eligible for our service. The disability may be permanent or temporary, and includes those who are:
Physically unable to hold a book or turn pages
Reading disabled due to an organic dysfunction
Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
300 Coffee Tree Rd.Frankfort, KY40601
August 10, 2020
Basic Computer Skills
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Can volunteer during our office hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern