Behind the Mic: Anything is Possible

Elizabeth Strout’s new collection of stories explores secrets both wonderful and terrible

AudioFile goes Behind the Mic with narrator Kimberly Farr to talk about Elizabeth Strout’s ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. This collection of stories comes from the world of Lucy Barton, the title character of the celebrated MY NAME IS LUCY BARTON.

“These stories pull you in and take you on a complicated, fascinating, emotionally-charged journey through the recesses of the human soul.”—Narrator Kimberly Farr

Anything Is Possible

by Elizabeth Strout,
read by Kimberly Farr
Random House Audio/
Books on Tape
AudioFile Earphones Award

Through a series of linked stories, Strout revisits the small-town world she introduced in MY NAME IS LUCY BARTON. The citizens, now older but not necessarily wiser, face life’s uncertainties as best they can. Kimberly Farr successfully mines the essence of each flawed character, giving hope and pain equal billing. This is an audiobook to get lost in.
Listen to a sound clip and read AudioFile’s full review here.

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Robin Whitten
Robin is the Founder & Editor of AudioFile Magazine. The AudioFile Blog is her newest project to offer new voices and recommendations for audiobooks.

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