Saturday Show #75: The Hortlak by Kelly Link (Part 1)

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25th October

More Kelly Linkness? Kelly’s website can be accessed by clicking this very link.



Bookworms Caught on Video!

Posted by Frank Marcopolos in Video. 1 Comment

19th October

During this Hangout, which is supposed to be about BOOKS, we spent a really long time making fun of my necktie, for some reason. Other than sartorial philosophy, we also discuss TE Lawrence’s “Seven Pillars,” “Econometrics,” “What I Learned Losing a Million Dollars,” the post-collapse (dystopian) works of James Wesley Rawls, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to … Read More »



Get You Some Guru-Filters!

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18th October

Back in the day, nobody knew nothin’. This can be proven empirically, but rather than giving myself a headache, let’s just go ahead and assume this is true. Or perhaps more accurately: very, very few people were wise because access to information was extremely limited.

Well, time does this thing where it never stops, and in … Read More »



Saturday Show #74: CivilWarLand in Bad Decline by George Saunders

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12th October

Live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, a grad-level fiction writing meet-up held in Austin, TX. Approximate timestamps and topics are below.

0:00 Excerpt from “CivilWarLand in Bad Decline” written by George Saunders, performed by Frank Marcopolos

1:56 Frank’s introduction to the podcast

5:21 Workshop analysis … Read More »



Saturday Show #73: Women by Charles Bukowski (Part 3)

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5th October

Saturday Show Podcast is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, a graduate-level fiction writing workshop focused on literary fiction and led by a former professor of literature and philosophy. In this episode, the group discusses the methods of unwrapping layers of … Read More »