Tag: robert bly


Saturday Show #45: The Advantages of the Well-Read Gentleman

Posted by Frank Marcopolos in Podcast, Saturday Show, Writing Group. No Comments

14th December

@InverseDelirium Thanks, Geoffrey!

— Frank Marcopolos (@FrankMarcopolos) December 24, 2013

@FrankMarcopolos LOVE the quote:“It’s not the same. You can’t just tell someone what the meaning of a great book is.Doesn’t work like that.”

— Cicily Janus (@jazzwriterchick) December 20, 2013

We—my mom, brother, sister, and I—were … Read More »


The Secret Psychological Structure Behind Interpersonal Interactions

Posted by Frank Marcopolos in Almost Home Novel, Vital Insights. 1 Comment

29th October

There’s a secret structure to human interactions, and if you don’t know what it is, you’re losing.

Even worse, you’re being laughed at behind your back.

“The knowledge of how to build a nest in a bare tree, how to fly to the wintering place, how to perform the mating dance—all of this information is stored in … Read More »


Iron John by the Brothers Grimm

Posted by Frank Marcopolos in Stories. 9 comments

14th June

As translated by Robert Bly.

Additional, recommended resources for enhanced understanding of this fantastic tale:

Iron John: A Book About Men by Robert Bly

From Wild Man to King by Jim Moyers