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Marcopocast #26: Child of Flatbush, a Spoken Word Album by Frank Marcopolos

Child of Flatbush, a spoken word album by Frank Marcopolos. All poems copyright 2019 by Frank Marcopolos, except “Leda and the Swan” and “Dream-Land,” which are both in the public domain and written by W.B. Yeats and Edgar Allan Poe...

/ 3 January 2020
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Marcopocast #25: 1999 Vibes. An Audio Essay by Frank Marcopolos

We’re on the verge of the 2020’s and that got me thinking back to 1999, when everyone was talking about the millenium and being on the verge of something totally new, something out of a science fiction story or a...

/ 29 December 2019
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Marcopocast #23: In which Frank starts a literary magazine.

In this episode, Frank introduces a new literary mag, Bookquarium Magazine. Pre-sales for the magazine are here: https://www.amazon.com/Bookquarium-Magazine-1-January-2020-ebook/dp/B0818911H4 Music was provided by the following under the following licensing agreements: “Warm Vacuum Tube” by Admiral Bob (c) copyright 2019 Licensed under...

/ 1 December 2019
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Marcopocast #22: On the Enduring Influence of Virginia Woolf. An Audio Essay by Frank Marcopolos

In this episode, Frank shares why he is falling in love intellectually with a long-dead, mentally unstable genius. (Very healthy.) Also, how Virginia Woolf has influenced numerous generations of writers even to this day. Monday or Tuesday by Virginia Woolf:...

/ 13 October 2019
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Marcopocast #19: New Audio Equipment, Microphone Comparison, and Overall Equipment Geekiness

In this episode, Frank compares two different microphones and talks about audio equipment in a way that only audiophile geeks are likely to appreciate. Audiobooks narrated by Frank Marcopolos can be accessed through the following locations: Libraries! (Ask your local...

/ 19 July 2019
Toddler ranting.

Marcopocast #18: Ranting About Bookstores, Bookmarks, and Other Bookish Things

Frank rants about bookstores, book-crowding, floor-piling books, bookmarks, and other bookish things. Socials and other info: https://twitter.com/frankmarcopolos https://instagram.com/frankzmarcopolos https://medium.com/@frankmarcopolos https://frankmarcopolos.com https://facebook.com/authorfrankmarcopolos https://patreon.com/frankmarcopolos https://youtube.com/brooklynfrankhttps://youtube.com/thebookquarium Buy books by Frank Marcopolos:https://www.amazon.com/Frank-Marcopolos/e/B005DMQW8O Bitcoin Donations: 1BLHDEurp1CeYrfTGdYBaNyiprchmu9x1z Frank Marcopolos founded “The Whirligig” literary magazine in 1999,...

/ 2 July 2019
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Marcopocast #16: W.B. Yeats Live and Pittsburgh Musings

In this episode, Frank shares the audio from his recent live poetry reading on YouTube. Friday Night Poetry Live (8pm EST): https://youtube.com/brooklynfrank Audiobooks narrated by Frank Marcopolos can be accessed through the following locations: Libraries! (Ask your local friendly librarian)...

/ 4 June 2019
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Marcopocast #14: Storytime – Life Update

In this episode, Frank gives an update on his life including: Starting a new company (The Bookquarium, LLC) Freshening up the website Audiobook distribution, including to libraries! YouTube demonetization and remonetization Audiobooks narrated by Frank Marcopolos can be accessed through...

/ 12 May 2019

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

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