Chelsea Stephens

Samples

Samples

Thriller

Sci-Fi

Drama | Young Adult

Urban Fantasy | Action

Non-Fiction | Sociology

About

Chelsea Stephens has a long time love and appreciation for the performing arts, with experience in on-stage acting, singing and voice over. Her love for reading books and the pursuit of the story led her to narration. She enjoys unfolding characters and bringing listeners into new worlds. Chelsea is an experienced voice actor with a talent for mystery, fantasy and YA novels.

She's a mom to a gaggle of young ones living in the Midwest.

Reviews

Pale Horse, Pale Rider *Earphones Award*

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Katherine Anne Porter

For those who have never read Katherine Anne Porter, and those who haven't read her in 50 years, this audiobook of three of her finest stories is an opportunity long missed. Until now, her only fiction on audio has been SHIP OF FOOLS, her big book of the 1960s, which overshadowed her earlier, far better, short fiction. Chelsea Stephens gives this matchless storyteller full due in her precise, subtly nuanced performance. These three short novels, among the best in American literature, live as vibrantly here as they did 80 years ago. Porter's famous story of the 1918 flu pandemic gives the collection its title, and that somber image links the very different "Old Morality" and "Noon Wine," whose counterpoint melodies and sharp humor are so expressively captured here. D.A.W Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine

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AudioFile Magazine
AudioFile Magazine

Once Two Sisters

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Sarah Warburton

When Ava goes missing, Zoe's carefully crafted new life crumbles overnight. King does an excellent job of keeping listeners leaning into the story's tension as Zoe uncovers the secrets kept by her family. Narrator Chelsea Stephens occasionally steps in to recount Ava's role in a frightening abduction. The two narrators keep the listener hanging onto their every word. V.B. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine

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AudioFile Magazine
AudioFile Magazine

Sunshield

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Emily B. Martin

Listeners are transported to Moquoia's divided society by narrators Chelsea Stephens, Lauren Ezzo, and Matthew Frow. Despite being separated by miles, a diplomat, an outlaw, and a prisoner pursue their unique yet aligned destinies to right the injustices of the world. All three narrators embody the characters they portray, utilizing a variety of voices and accents to showcase a large cast and immerse listeners in the story's strict social hierarchy and heavy atmosphere. Frow uses a tone that contrasts Veran's intellectual persona with the brutishness of the prince as Veran navigates the injustices of the society he lives in. Overall, the narrators expertly depict Lark's, Tamsin's, and Veran's unique qualities, and their authentic-sounding portrayals make for a great listener experience. J.O. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2020]


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