Category: By Frank Marcopolos

My Old Man by Ernest Hemingway

Marcopocast #12: J.D. Salinger’s New Books

Frank discusses the “new” J.D. Salinger books. End song is “American Legion” by Zero Charisma. It is not commercially available. End poem is “fatigue” by Frank Marcopolos. It is not commercially available, but features the following artists: “Orbital Romance,” Copyright...

/ 1 January 2019
Dungeon Torture - Lord Byron - Chillon

Marcopocast #10: Yet Even More Live Poetry Reading! (Byron, Frost)

Frank reads poetry by Lord Byron and Robert Frost while sipping Cabernet Sauvignon and listening to classical music in a badass fashion. Obvz. Fun! Socials: https://twitter.com/frankmarcopolos https://instagram.com/frankzmarcopolos https://medium.com/@frankmarcopolos https://frankmarcopolos.com https://facebook.com/authorfrankmarcopolos https://youtube.com/brooklynfrank Support the bandwidth needs of this growing podcast on...

/ 20 November 2018

Marcopocast #8: Friday Night Poetry…. Live! #2

On Marcopocast #8, Frank discusses his latest live poetry reading, classical music, and more. According to Open Culture: “The internet has given poetry new scope and a new freshness. It’s almost like the ‘70s, when punk fanzine readers were famously...

/ 7 November 2018

Marcopocast #7: Live Poetry on YouTube (Friday Night Poetry… Live! #1)

On Marcopocast #7, Frank discusses going live on YouTube and reads some poetry. Music provided by n_audioman and oymaldonado via freesound.org: https://freesound.org/people/oymaldonado/sounds/75315/ And under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License. Music provided by Das Phrogge is “Glad...

/ 3 November 2018

Marcopocast #6: Portrait of a Lady by T.S. Eliot (Plus, Hermeneutics!)

On Marcopocast #6, Frank talks about Fiverr voice talent, hermeneutics, and poetry. A performance of “Portrait of a Lady” by T.S. Eliot follows. According to Wikipedia, hermeneutics is “the theory and methodology of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical texts,...

/ 29 October 2018

Going Live on YouTube for the First Time

On Friday night, I “went live” on YouTube for the first time, reading some Edgar Allan Poe poetry with the Pittsburgh night as a backdrop. The resistance was strong on this one, which caused me some delay. But–interestingly–all of the...

/ 28 October 2018

Marcopocast #5: Poetic Contemplations

In episode 5 of Marcopocast, Frank discusses poetry. For some reason. Music provided by oymaldonado via freesound.org: https://freesound.org/people/oymaldonado/sounds/75315/ Under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License. Closing song is “#9 Prayer” by Das Phrogge, from their album “Serenity.”...

/ 1 October 2018

Marcopocast #3: The Purloined Poecast (Performance, Analysis)

Marcopocast #3, in which Frank Marcopolos performs THE PURLOINED LETTER by Edgar Allan Poe and then presents a Theme Theory (with evidence!) as a part of his analysis of the story. There is also some music. Timestamps for this podcast:...

/ 9 September 2018

Marcopocast #2: Uncle Abraham’s Romance by E. Nesbit (Performance, Commentary)

On this episode of Marcopocast, a performance of “Uncle Abraham’s Romance” by E. Nesbit, some commentary about the author and the story, and discussion about the direction of this podcast. Music provided by n_audioman, ShadyDave, joelu2001, and Setuniman via http://freesound.org:...

/ 18 August 2018
Marcopotunes

{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