Tag: frank marcopolos

Saturday Show #135: Questions About Cults (Plus, a book update!)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #135, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos asks some important questions about starting a cult. Plus, an update on the progress of publishing his independent novel. Connect with Frank on social: Twitter – http://twitter.com/frankmarcopolos...

/ 22 July 2017

Saturday Show #134: After a Second Developmental Edit (Plus, Inland Empire and David Lynch-The Art Life)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #134, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses what happens after a second developmental edit, David Lynch’s movie Inland Empire (starring the incredible Laura Dern), a documentary about the life of David Lynch entitled...

/ 15 July 2017

Saturday Show #133: Chapters 28-30 (Plus, Season 3 – Episode 8 of Twin Peaks: The Return)

In Saturday Show Literary Podcast #133, author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses chapters 28 through 30 of his work-in-progress, a novel. Also discussed are podcasting with a proper microphone, Season 3-Episode 8 of TWIN PEAKS: THE RETURN, Twin Peaks...

/ 1 July 2017

Saturday Show #132: Chapters 26 and 27 (Plus, The Secret History of Twin Peaks: A Novel by Mark Frost)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #132, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses Chapters 26 and 27 of his work-in-progress, a novel. Also, The Secret History of Twin Peaks by Mark Frost, Twin Peaks restaurants, an injury update, and...

/ 24 June 2017

Saturday Show #131: Chapters 24 and 25 (Plus, a Leg Injury!)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #131, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses chapters 24 and 25 of his work-in-progress, a novel, plus his latest injury (leg-oriented), gutting it out, running while crossing the street, intros and outtros for...

/ 17 June 2017

Saturday Show #130: Chapters 22 and 23 (Plus, the Tomato Capital of the World!)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #130, wherein author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses Chapters 22 and 23 of his latest work-in-progress, a novel. Also discussed are the tomato capital of the world, the world’s biggest bowl of salsa, Gary Vaynerchuk,...

/ 10 June 2017

Saturday Show #129: Chapters 20 and 21 (Plus, Twin Peaks, Westworld, and Silicon Valley)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #129, wherein author and voiceover guy Frank Marcopolos discusses the ongoing progress of writing and publishing his current work-in-progress, a novel. Also briefly discussed are the Twin Peaks re-boot, the amazing HBO series Westworld, and the...

/ 22 May 2017

Saturday Show #127: Chapters 14 and 15

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #127, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses Chapters 14 and 15 of his current work-in-progress, a novel. Also discussed are the motto of Seguin, Texas, travelling, hotels, and other marginalia. Connect with Frank...

/ 30 April 2017

Saturday Show #125: Chapters 6 through 10 (Plus some personal stuff)

Saturday Show Literary Podcast, in which Frank Marcopolos discusses chapters 6 through 10 of his work-in-progress, a novel, as well as some personal stuff dealing with travel. Connect on social: Twitter Instagram YouTube Facebook ___ You should buy INFINITE ENDING...

/ 20 March 2017

Saturday Show #124: Chapter 4 and also Chapter 5.

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #124, in which Frank Marcopolos–from the infamous jet black jet stream Jetta–discusses chapters 4 and 5 of his work-in-progress, a novel. If you’re a fan of “documenting the process,” this podcast just might be for you....

/ 11 March 2017

Saturday Show #123: Chapter 3.

In which Frank Marcopolos discusses the progress he is making on the final edit of his work-in-progress, a novel. He is up to Chapter 3. It is thrilling. Want to connect on social media? Sure: Twitter – @frankmarcopolos Instagram –...

/ 5 March 2017

Saturday Show #122: Chapter 1 and also Chapter 2.

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #122, in which Frank Marcopolos discusses where he’s at on his new novel. Socially inclined? Twitter – @frankmarcopolos Instagram – @frankzmarcopolos YouTube – YouTube.com/BrooklynFrank ____ You might want to buy INFINITE ENDING: Ten Stories (Affiliate Link)...

/ 26 February 2017

Saturday Show #121: Right After a Developmental Edit

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #121, wherein Frank Marcopolos discusses what happens now after a developmental edit of his current work-in-progress, a novel. Connect on social: Twitter Instagram YouTube *** You might want to buy this paperback anthology because it contains...

/ 19 February 2017

Saturday Show #120: Starting Over. Again.

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #120, in which Frank Marcopolos talks about a fresh start for the podcast from a Holiday Inn hotel room in Huntsville, Texas. From THE WHIRLIGIG to WOMYN DO, it’s been a long literary journey, and the...

/ 16 February 2017

{New YouTube Video} AFTER THE RACE by James Joyce (Audiobook)

A listener on my YouTube channel (subscribe, dammit!) suggested that I do all of the stories in James Joyce’s DUBLINERS. I had already done ARABY, so one down. I thought about doing THE DEAD, but that’s a novella, basically, and...

/ 7 November 2016

{New YouTube Video} The Moment of Victory by O. Henry (Audiobook)

On this one, I went back and looked through my old files to see if I had recorded anything back in the day that I could re-create as a YouTube video. I try to keep in mind, though, that folks...

/ 15 October 2016

Saturday Show #117: Ulalume by Edgar Allan Poe (Audiobook)

Ulalume is a public-domain poem written by Edgar Allan Poe a long time ago. On this episode of the podcast, it is performed by Frank Marcopolos of http://FrankMarcopolos.com. Musical accompaniment is provided as follows: Somber by Audionautix is licensed under...

/ 24 June 2016

{New YouTube Video} Ulalume by Edgar Allan Poe (Audiobook)

Why is it that I looooove Edgar Allan Poe so much? Is it that he’s dark and I am starting to be of that age when the issues of human darkness (how to deal with impending death, the seeming futility...

/ 23 June 2016

Saturday Show #116: The Cone by H.G. Wells (Audiobook Performance)

This is an audiobook performance of the public-domain short story, “The Cone.” It was written by H.G. Wells a long time ago, and performed by Frank Marcopolos of http://frankmarcopolos.com just recently. If you enjoy these free audiobooks, please subscribe to...

/ 6 June 2016

Saturday Show #115: The Death of the Hired Man by Robert Frost (Performance)

This is an audiobook performance of the public domain poem “The Death of the Hired Man” by Robert Frost. The voice-actors on the track are Frank Marcopolos and Sherry S. Thompson. Music was provided as follows: “Achilles – Strings” by...

/ 22 May 2016

[Publishing News] The Adventures of Enzo Prinziatta Continue in New Anthology

I was lucky enough to place a story I’m inordinately fond of, called “Icky,” in George Donnelly’s liberty-themed anthology, VALIANT, HE ENDURED. The antho leans toward sci-fi, and so my little literary fiction story was fortunate to even be considered....

/ 14 May 2016

Saturday Show #114: A Moonlight Fable by H.G. Wells (Performance)

This story is also known as “The Beautiful Suit.” “He is not afraid” by radiotimes, 2015 – Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0). Herbert George “H.G.” Wells is known as the father of science fiction, having written “The Time...

/ 7 May 2016

Saturday Show #113: The Waste Land by T.S. Eliot (Performance)

This is a performance of the poem “The Waste Land” by T.S. Eliot. Bent and Broken 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=USUAN1200087 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ I Knew a Guy by Kevin MacLeod is...

/ 15 April 2016

{Essay} Welcome to the Earbud Society: On the Future (and Radical Potential) of Audiobooks

We now live in the Earbud Society. You see them dangling from ears in cars, all over college campuses, in Starbucks, and even the workplace (especially on elevators.) Social avoidance has never been easier, and yet research is showing that...

/ 8 April 2016

[Flash Fiction] Easy Freed: A Bullet-Riddled Love Story

Easy Freed woke up suddenly, the bullets in his dream stereo-echoing the ones thundering through his living room. He was being fired upon. Again. He spiraled forward off the couch and rolled right below the window. He wasn’t sure still,...

/ 2 April 2016

{New YouTube Video} The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock by T.S. Eliot (Audiobook)

This is one of the better-known poems in the English language. Here I perform it with some music and female voice-work from Sherry Thompson. Wikipedia says: “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”, commonly known as “Prufrock”, is a poem...

/ 15 March 2016

Saturday Show #112: 2 B R 0 2 B by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (Performance)

This is an audiobook performance of “2 B R 0 2 B” by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Per Wikipedia: Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (/ˈvɒnᵻɡət/; November 11, 1922 – April 11, 2007) was an American author. In a career spanning over 50 years,...

/ 4 March 2016

{New YouTube Video} Love of Life by Jack London (Audiobook)

This is one of Jack London’s most famous stories. I recorded it in a hotel room while I was on the road, so if there is excess background noise, that is why. Here’s some background on Mr. London from Wikipedia:...

/ 28 February 2016

{New YouTube Video} 2BR02B by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (Audiobook) |SHORT STORY

I have been posting more and more content on the YouTube channel, and here is one more example. This is one of two Kurt Vonnegut stories currently in the public domain, and so I recorded it last night and made...

/ 20 February 2016

{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