Nashville Talking Library
About Nashville Talking Library
Nashville Talking Library is an audio-information service of Nashville Public Library. We read aloud current newspapers, magazines, books, and special programs to print-impaired residents. We are on the air seven days a week, at all hours. Listeners use special radios which we loan at no charge to eligible individuals in Nashville and Davidson County.
Apply for Service
If you, or someone you know, would benefit from our service,
- Call (615) 862-5874
- Download Nashville Talking Library Application Form
- Mail to: Talking Library; 615 Church Street; Nashville TN 37219.
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer with Nashville Talking Library
Volunteers read newspapers live on the air. They also record books and magazines at our studios at Main Library. Our recording hours are flexible, so volunteers can set up a reading schedule that fits well into their busy lives.
Volunteers may schedule recording sessions Monday through Friday.
We especially need volunteers who can read The Tennessean newspaper once each week, 9 am – 11 am, Monday - Friday.
How To Volunteer
To get started in the process of volunteering, please complete the volunteer application.
Other Ways You Can Help
To make a donation to Nashville Talking Library, please email Michael Wagner, at email@example.com.