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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > September 2018 > NARRATING SALLY


Blink and you’ll miss Penguin Random House Canada’s audio studio. The only indication it even exists on the 11th floor of the publisher’s downtown Toronto office is the small red on-air light tucked up in the top corner of a windowless door.

Inside the studio, it’s a cozy arrangement, dim but warmly lit. There’s just enough room for two to work comfortably back to back alongside the audio equipment. On this muggy July day, freelance director Sarah Phillips is at the helm, along with PRHC audio engineer Caleb Stull.

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