Do you enjoy stories in voice in Second Life and beyond?

Caledonia Skytower, Shandon Loring (centre) and Kayden Oconnell in an evocative shot of the virtual / live performance by Bear Silvershade

Caledonia Skytower, Shandon Loring (centre) and Kayden Oconnell of Seanchai library perform A Christmas Carol as a part of the Library’s The Dickens Project, presented to both virtual and  physical world audiences, in this evocative shot by Bear Silvershade

As regular readers here know, I keenly support the work of Seanchai Library through these pages, with regular updates on their weekly activities, coverage of their feature events and so on. Sadly, the UK / USA time difference means I’m rarely in a position to attend Seanchai readings, or schedule clashes keep me away, but those I have attended (The Dickens Project, War of the Worlds, Boofest, Bard on the Beach, etc.), have always been thoroughly enjoyable, and I recommend them to anyone who enjoys a well-told story.

Seanchai Library is one of the oldest spoken word venues in Second Life, as noted above, they run a wide range of events, some of which – such as their fabulous Explore the Great Gatsby have allowed them to spread their wings into other grids with great effect; it has also – as with The Dickens Project – offered them rich opportunities for physical and virtual world cross-overs.

a part of Seanchai Library's immersive sets for Explore the Great Gatsby, in Kitely during early 2015

a part of Seanchai Library’s immersive sets for Explore the Great Gatsby, in Kitely during early 2015

Now active on Second Life, Kitely and InWorldz, the Seanchai Library team are constantly looking for ways and means to improve upon its service to the metaverse.  As such, they are seeking feedback on their programmes, and how people stay abreast of all that is happening with Seanchai, together with their interest in spoken word events in general.

So, if you do support Seanchai Library, be it in Second Life, Kitely or InWorldz, please do help them out and pay a visit to their on-line survey. It only takes a few minutes to complete,  and your feedback would be greatly appreciated.

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5 thoughts on “Do you enjoy stories in voice in Second Life and beyond?

  1. Treasure

    Thinking about going over there to give feedback; Being part of the huge D/deaf community in Second Life, stories in voice are not our preference, because, well, we’re deaf. But not sure that’s what they want to learn, if stories in voice are indeed their forte’ if it’s ‘what they do’…. then it is what it is. I wish them well, and anyone who’s trying to do something nice, and decent, and fun, in Second Life.

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  2. Paypabak Writer

    Thanks for giving Senchai your bandwidth! It’s a great group of people. I have a very soft spot in my heart for all virtual librarians!

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