Fantastic news for our friend Cavan Scott has emerged. His recent audio dramatisation of Dooku: Jedi Lost has been nominated as a finalist for the Audie 2020 awards.
We are proud to announce that Cavan’s Star Wars audio drama Dooku: Jedi Lost has been announced as a 2020 Audie Finalist by the Audio Publishers Association.
The Audie Awards are the most prestigious award in audiobook and spoken word entertainment, with the finalists selected for over 1,300 submissions.
The winners will be revealed at a Gala ceremony on March 2, 2020 at Guastavino’s in New York City, hosted by author and CBS correspondent Mo Rocca.
This year marks the Audie Award’s 25th Anniversary, which will be celebrated by authors, narrators, and publishers with distinction, including a special Lifetime Achievement Award honor to bestselling author Stephen King at the Gala.
Star Wars Dooku: Jedi Lost is listed in the Multi-Voiced Performance category and features the voice talent of Orlagh Cassidy, Euan Morton, Marc Thompson, Pete Bradbury, Jonathan Davis, Neil Hellegers, Sean Kenin, January LaVoy, Saskia Maarleveld, Carol Monda, Robert Petkoff, and Rebecca Soler. Published by Penguin Random House Audio, the six-hour audio was produced by Nick Martorelli, script edited by Elizabeth Schaefer and directed by Kevin Thomsen.
I hope you’ll join us in sending our congratulations to Cavan and the cast for doing such an amazing job. But most importantly we have everything crossed hoping that Dooku: Jedi Lost is selected as the winner.