Love the Library’s eAudiobook service but have an iPod? Unfortunately, there are currently no vendors offering downloadable audiobooks to libraries using Apple’s digital rights management format, but there are a few free options available for you on the Internet.
LibriVox is a volunteer, open source, free content, public domain project. LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain, and then “release” the audio files back onto the net.
Classic Poetry Aloud provides podcasts of, well, classic poetry. If it’s Shakespeare, Pope, Keats, and Shelley you’re looking for, this is the place.
Podiobooks Listeners to Podiobooks.com can choose to receive the episodes of their books via an RSS feed or by listening to episodes by directly downloading episodes from the site. The site is free, but donations are accepted to compensate authors, who permit their works to be available on the site.
openculture is a site that collects podcasts, videos, and online courses that are freely available on the web, and claims to “sift through all the media, highlight the good and jettison the bad, and centralize it in one place.” The link provided here takes you directly to their audiobook collection.