About Paul Ruben
Paul Ruben has produced and directed award winning audiobooks for every major publisher since 1987.
Paul received the 2003 Grammy Award (Best Spoken Word Album) as producer/director for Al Franken’s Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them. APA (Audio Publishers Association) Audie awards for best audiobook production in its category include: It’s Not About the Bike, Raymond and Hannah, Brimstone, The World is Flat, A Slight Trick of the Mind. In 2005 Paul was elected to the Audio Publishers Association Board of Directors. Paul has conducted audio book narration seminars for local New York and Washington, D.C. AFTRA members.
Over the past decade he has cast and directed numerous first-time audiobook performers, many of whom have become outstanding and award-winning working narrators, including: Oliver Wyman, Holter Graham, Maggie-Meg Reed, Kathleen McInerney, Eliza Foss, David Ledoux, Beth McDonald, Cassandra Morris, Don Leslie, and Pete Larkin. Paul earned a BA degree in Theatre from Yankton College, (S.D.) and an MA in Speech Communications from Bowling Green State University (Ohio). He has directed professional summer theatre productions in suburban Chicago and periodically contributes features on audiobook narration to Audiofile Magazine.