By Isabella Biedenharn
October 20, 2015 at 02:06 PM EDT
Courtesy of Simon & Schuster Audio

Sarah Vowell has quite a celebrity cast reading her audiobook of Lafayette in the Somewhat United States, including Mad Men‘s John Slattery, Nick Offerman of Parks and Recreation, and Portlandia‘s Fred Armisen (reading alongside the author herself). Having a dedicated cast of characters lends such an exciting dimension to the audiobook that EW has an exclusive sneak peek at clips from Slattery, Offerman, Vowell, and Stephanie March, below.

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And that’s not all, folks: As an extra treat, please enjoy this clip of Offerman discussing the project:

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Other actors reading Lafayette in the Somewhat United States include Patton Oswalt, Bobby Cannavale, Alexis Denisof, and John Hodgman. Pick up or download your copy today.

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