Category: Video

{New YouTube Video} The Kiss by Kate Chopin (Audiobook)

This could maybe be considered the erotica of the late 19th century. Considering Kate Chopin’s amazing life and the themes of her other works as well, I could be persuaded that this is so.

/ 17 February 2016

[New YouTube Video] The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe (Audiobook) | POEM

“The Raven” is the most famous poem ever written by Edgar Allan Poe. Its publication skyrocketed him to literary fame in the mid-1800s. There are lots of audio versions of this poem floating around the Internetz, including some by very...

/ 27 January 2016

Head and Shoulders by F. Scott Fitzgerald (Audiobook) | Short Story

Although sometimes the name of the philosopher Berkeley is pronounced as if it were spelled “Barkley,” here it is not. Grim League by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100779 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ According to...

/ 25 December 2015

The Door in the Wall by H.G. Wells (Audiobook)

Womyn Do: The Healing of JOHNNY R3BEL by Frank “Zeus” Marcopolos – E-BOOK available for Kindle AND Kindle Unlimited! Womyn Do – Audiobook on Audible Website Zeus’s Books on Audible.com – FUN! YouTube Channel – PLEASE SUBSCRIBE, comment and upvote!...

/ 19 December 2015

[New YouTube Video] The Open Boat by Stephen Crane (Audiobook) | SHORT STORY

This is a story that is very often assigned to high schoolers and such–and with good reason. I find the ending particularly powerful, as it seems Crane is making a distinctly poignant statement about man’s relationship with nature in a...

/ 8 November 2015

[New YouTube Video] Desiree’s Baby by Kate Chopin (Audiobook) | SHORT STORY

This is a really cool story that is enmeshed with the social issues of Chopin’s day. It is an example of literature with a social agenda, which attempts to move the culture in a different direction. Good stuff.

/ 1 November 2015

The Street that Got Mislaid by Patrick Waddington

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/ 15 October 2015

New Literary Drinking Game Breaks All the Rules

Key Quotes from the Game and Post-Game: Matt Gilliland: Jeff Riggenbach is the voice of my interior monologue. Frank Marcopolos: I don’t have any kids, but each one of these stories should be considered a child of mine. Mike Reid:...

/ 15 January 2015

Bookworms Caught on Video!

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...

/ 19 October 2014