You’ll want to research coach(es) because:
- Your choice of coach(es) depends on your background, needs, and aspirations at the time.
- Coach personalities and coaching styles differ, and you’ll connect better with some coaches than others.
- You will want different types of coaching throughout your career.
Casting director and award-winning narrator Tanya Eby offers tips for researching coaches in this article.
In this article, Grammy-winning producer and director Paul Alan Ruben discusses 7 things narrators should expect from a coach.
I also suggest that you listen to previous interviews with these coaches to get a sense of them and their work. While you’ll find many podcasts and YouTube playlists linked on the Welcome Center page, these resources are good places to start:
- Audiobook Narration for Beginners podcast
- Audiobook Speakeasy podcast
- Narrator’s Cup of Joe video series
- The Nomad Narrator podcast
Click on the Filter button below to narrow the list of coaches by time zone and/or coaching focus.
You can Sort the list by Last Name or Newest First, which lists according to most recent update.
You can display the entries as a grid or list using the icons below the Search button.
A list of coaches meeting your criteria will appear in the results.
You can then click on each entry to see details including contact info.
If you are a coach and want to be considered for inclusion in this directory, follow the instructions listed here on the front page of Audiobook Village.
If you are currently listed in the Coaches Directory and have updates to your information, send an email to Drew with the details.