1) Mladen Dolar, "The Metaphysics of the Voice" from A Voice and Nothing More
2) Lacan, "The resonances of the Time of the Subject in Psychoanalytic Technique", Part III of "The Function and Field of Speech and Language" in Ecrits
3) Jacques Derrida, "The End of the Book and the Beginning of Writing" from Of Grammatology
4) Roland Barthes, "The Grain of the Voice"
5) Luce Irigaray, "The Dialogues" and "Plato's Hysteria" in Speculum: of the Other Woman
6) Kaja SIlverman, "Disembodying the Female Voice: Irigaray, Experimental Feminist Cinema, and Femininity" from The Acoustic Mirror: The Female Voice in Psychoanalysis and Cinema
7) Sherry Turkle, "The Flight From Conversation" (New York Times article) and Franco Berardi, "Info-Labor and 'Precarization" from Precarious Rhapsody: Semiocapitalism and the pathologies of the Post-Alpha Generation
8) Mikhail Yampolsky, "The Voice Devoured: Artaud and Borges on Dubbing"
9) Professor Barker, "Barker Speaks" and William Burroughs, "Cross the Wounded Galaxies"
10) Avital Ronell, "The Deaf" in The Telephone Book: Technology, Schizophrenia and Electric Speech
11) Michel Chion, "Raising the Voice" and "The Voice that Seeks a Body" from The Voice in Cinema
12) Freya Jarman-Ivens, "'I Feel A Song Coming On': Vocal Identification and Modern Subjectivity"
13) Susan McClary, "This is not a Story My People Tell: Musical Time and Space According to Laurie Anderson"
14) Ian Penman, "The Shattered Glass: Notes on Bryan Ferry" from Angela McRobbie ed, Zoot Suits and Secondhand Dresses: An Anthology of Fashion and Music
15) Kodwo Eshun, "Inner Spatializing the Song" and "Programming Rhythmatic Frequencies" from More Brilliant Than The Sun: Adventures in Sonic Fiction