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A live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, which is led by a former professor of literature and philosophy at Texas State University. Audiobook performances are sometimes included.

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Saturday Show #145: Chapter 3 (Plus, Audiobook News!)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #145, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos covers the “audiobook news” beat, including the release of a new edition of the Kindle Oasis. Also included is Chapter 3 of Frank’s forthcoming novel, EAGLES AND […]
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Saturday Show #144: Chapter 2 (Plus, Audiobook News!)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #144, wherein author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses the latest in audiobook news (Salman Rushdie, Stephen King, more); and plays the audiobook version of Chapter 2 of his forthcoming novel, EAGLES AND HAWKS AND ALSO […]
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Saturday Show #143: Chapter 1 (Plus, Audiobook News, Armie Hammer, and the Best Audiobooks of 2017 So Far)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #143, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses the latest in audiobook news (including much love for the voice of Armie Hammer and a list of the best audiobooks so far in 2017), news […]
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Saturday Show #142: The Apology of Socrates (Plus, a YouTube Community Strike, Audiobook News, and Pre-Sale News!)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #142, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses getting a community strike from YouTube (later reversed!), the latest in audiobook news, and the latest news with his forthcoming novel, EAGLES AND HAWKS AND ALSO […]
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Saturday Show #141: Audiobook News (Plus, Portrait of a Lady by T.S. Eliot)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #141, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses audiobook news, “Audiobooks and Chill,” the passing of the great Harry Dean Stanton, George Guidall (“The Undisputed King of Audiobooks”), the latest reviews of EAGLES AND […]
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Saturday Show #140: Twin Peaks Finale Thoughts (Plus, Book News!)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #140, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses the Season 3 finale of Twin Peaks, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Henri and The Art Spirit, a new cover design for his novel and the first […]
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Saturday Show #139: Podcasting During a Hurricane (Plus, NetGalley News!)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #139, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses the Twin Peaks thought of the day, and the NetGalley voting for his forthcoming novel, Eagles and Hawks and Also People As Well. Vote for the […]
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Saturday Show #138: What’s Fascinating Frank?
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #138, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses what is fascinating him these days. To wit: Twin Peaks Season 3, True Detective, Robert W. Chambers, The Yellow King, David Foster Wallace, Michael Pietsch, The […]
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Saturday Show #137: Twin Peaks, Farmersville, and a Title Reveal
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #137, in which author and voice-over guy discusses three (!!!) Twin Peaks thoughts of the day, Farmersville Texas, and an update on his forthcoming novel, including a title reveal. Music for this episode was provided by […]
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Saturday Show #136: Audiobooks, Indie Novel Marketing, David Lynch, Twin Peaks, and Getting Pulled Over by the Cops While Jogging
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #136, in which author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos discusses Edward Hopper, Salvador Dali, Francis Bacon, David Lynch, Twin Peaks, getting pulled over by the cops while jogging in Brooklyn, audiobooks, and the marketing and professional […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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, […]
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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 […]
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Saturday Show #128: Chapters 16-19 (Plus, Facebook Ads and Austin Weirdness)
Saturday Show Literary Podcast #128, wherein author and voice-over guy Frank Marcopolos continues to discuss his latest work-in-progress, a novel. Other topics include disturbing social trends in Austin Texas, placing Facebook ads, Dwight Swain, Randy Ingermanson, and James Scott Bell. […]
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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 […]
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Saturday Show #126: Chapters 11 through 13 (Plus, Realistic Taxidermy and Free Bibles!)
In this edition of Saturday Show Literary Podcast, Frank Marcopolos discusses chapters 11 through 13 of his work-in-progress, a novel. He also discusses his adventures while traveling on the Texas roads, including Realistic Taxidermy and Free Bibles. Connect with Frank […]
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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 […]
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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. […]
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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 – […]
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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) […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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Saturday Show #119: Lenore by Edgar Allan Poe (Audiobook)
Lenore is a poem written by Edgar Allan Poe, and published in 1843. I Feel You 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=USUAN1100841 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Music licensed under Creative Commons Attribution License (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/bu/4.0) […]
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Saturday Show #118: Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne (Audiobook Performance)
You are listening to episode 118 of Saturday Show Literary Podcast. My name is Frank Marcopolos of http://frankmarcopolos.com and http://youtube.com/brooklynfrank. This episode will be a performance of Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne. According to Wikipedia, the story, published in […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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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, […]
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Saturday Show #111: Analysis of The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin
You are listening to Saturday Show Podcast, episode number 111. My name is Frank Marcopolos. I am the author of the novel ALMOST HOME, the short story collection INFINITE ENDING, and the novelettes A CAR CRASH OF SORTS, and WOMYN […]
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Saturday Show #110: The Story of an Hour by Kate Chopin (Audiobook Performance)
This is an audiobook performance of “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin. We will be analyzing this story on the next podcast. From Wikipedia: Kate Chopin, born Katherine O’Flaherty (February 8, 1850 – August 22, 1904), was a […]
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Saturday Show #109: Good People by David Foster Wallace
You are listening to “Saturday Show Literary Podcast,” a podcast about writing, literature, philosophy, and—well—life. The podcast feed stems from FrankMarcopolos.com, and is also available on iTunes, Stitcher, or any podcatcher app. This episode features a live recording of a […]
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RETAIL SAMPLE – Womyn Do: The Healing of JOHNNY R3BEL by Frank “Zeus” Marcopolos
This is the retail sample of a new ebook and audiobook entitled, “Womyn Do: The Healing of JOHNNY R3BEL” by Frank “Zeus” Marcopolos. The complete unabridged edition is available here: on Amazon.
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Saturday Show #108: Lecture on Resonance and Theme in Literary Fiction
This is a short lecture on resonance and theme in literary fiction by the leader of the Austin Writing Workshop, a former professor of literature and philosophy at Texas State University.
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Saturday Show #107: Pretty Ice by Mary Robison
[NOTE: “Ice Cold” by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/] * This is “Saturday Show Literary Podcast,” a podcast about writing, literature, philosophy, and—well—life. The podcast feed stems from FrankMarcopolos.com, and is also available […]
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Saturday Show #106: As Good As It Gets, The Objectivist Ethics by Ayn Rand, and Fat by Raymond Carver
“It’s God…and then Ayn Rand.” Members of the Austin Writing Workshop conduct a roundtable, free-form discussion of literary and philosophical topics. The first part of the podcast covers the movie “As Good as It Gets” starring Helen Hunt, Jack Nicholson, […]
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Saturday Show #104: Referential by Lorrie “The Story” Moore
Group discussion by the Austin Writing Workshop about the short story “Referential” by Lorrie Moore. You can read the story before listening (and you should) by clicking here. The Austin Writing Workshop is led by a former professor of literature […]
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Saturday Show #103: How to Talk to Your Mother by Lorrie Moore
In this episode of the podcast we discuss “How to Talk to Your Mother (Notes)” by Lorrie Moore, “Fixation of Belief” by philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce, and other high-minded topics because we’re snobs like that. Text of the Lorrie Moore […]
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Saturday Show #102: Pet Milk by Stuart Dybek
Surrounded by pit bulls, rattlesnakes, and mountain lions, the leather-jacketed renegades of the Austin Writing Workshop met to discuss the knife-blade vitality of art, literature, and philosophy, specifically the short story “Pet Milk” by Stuart Dybek and other kinds of […]
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Saturday Show #101: How to Write a Treatment (+ Silence of the Lambs)
What if you had an opportunity to get a treatment in front of actual Hollywood producers and directors, in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, a chance to seize everything you ever wanted? Would you capture it? Or let it slip? The Austin […]
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Saturday Show #100: Bohemians by George Saunders
The Austin Writing Workshop met at the Westin at the Domain in Austin, Texas, to discuss literature and philosophy. This is the result. This is the 100th episode of Saturday Show. If you enjoy this podcast, please use the Amazon.com […]
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Saturday Show #99: The Apologizer by Milan Kundera
At a Whole Foods at the Domain in Austin, Texas, the Austin Writing Workshop breaks down “The Apologizer” by recluse and literary genius Milan Kundera and two chapters of Zeus’s work-in-progress novel while drinking beer and chugging 5-Hour Energies. More […]
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Saturday Show #98: The Fly by Katherine Mansfield
Listen in as the members of the Austin Writing Workshop debate the literary merits of “The Fly” by Katherine Mansfield. Also, chapters 3 and 4 from Zeus’s new novel, and much less drinking than in previous episodes. Sorry. 0:00 Excerpt […]
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Saturday Show #97: The Santosbrazzi Killer by Heidi Julavits
This week, only 3 members of the notorious Austin Writing Workshop gathered to do battle over literature and philosophy. But that was enough. Listen to the sparks fly, the philosophical theories rumble, and the rhetoric zoom off the hook! 0:00 […]
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Saturday Show #96: Coming Sun.Mon.Tues. by Don DeLillo (+ Lecture on WHAT IS PHILOSOPHY?)
Every Friday (more or less) a group of renegade writers gathers in Austin, Texas to drink alcohol, eat gluten-free snacks, and discuss literature, philosophy, and all manner of stimulating ideas. Listen in to the 96th episode of a Texas classic. […]
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Saturday Show #95: The Pura Principle by Junot Diaz (+ The Philosophy and Rules of Art)
Is art completely subjective? Or are there objective rules which need to be observed in order for an artistic project to be successful? This podcast explores. Plus, why Junot Diaz is terrible, considering subjectivity and objectivity as the same thing, […]
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Saturday Show #93: I, the Jury by Mickey Spillane (Excerpt)
With the explosive successes of the work by Frank Miller, Alan Moore, and others, it may be time for the literary world to ponder the questions that their noir and bleak worlds raise for us. What, in particular, does the […]
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Saturday Show #92: The Laughing Man by J.D. Salinger
The Austin Writing Workshop returns from hiatus to discuss a piece of micro-fiction and then “The Laughing Man” by J.D. Salinger. Buy Nine Stories here. Click here to read what Goodreads readers have to say about the story (and compare/contrast […]
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Saturday Show #91: Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain (+ Lecture on THEME)
On this episode of the podcast, Professor Jim gives a fascinating lecture on theme. Also, a member-submitted story is discussed. Pull quote: “William Shakespeare’s entire canon is concerned with the pathos of the irretrievability of time.” Discuss. Listing of topics […]
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Saturday Show #90: The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
For this episode, a brief discussion of irony in literature and then a performance of the classic short story, “The Gift of the Magi” by O. Henry, the punster and trick endingster. Enjoy!
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Saturday Show #89: 21 Down by David Sedaris
You may think of David Sedaris as the smart, funny, gay writer that everyone seems to love. But he’s also something else entirely and it is *this* identity that holds the key to his phenomenal success. David Sedaris is an […]
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Saturday Show #88: Expelled by John Cheever
Read “Expelled” by clicking HERE. A modernish fairy tale? What is the traditional role of the fairy tale in human life? According to Robert Bly, “The knowledge of how to build a nest in a bare tree, how to fly […]
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Saturday Show #87: Everything is Green by David Foster Wallace
The Austin Writing Workshop discusses a short story by the legendary David Foster Wallace and a member story. Wine flowed, food was consumed, and good times were had by all. Also, too: writing techniques galore, literary theory, and a wee […]
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Saturday Show #86: Where Will All the Buildings Go? by Laura van den Berg
The Austin Writing Workshop is led by a former professor of literature and philosophy at Texas State University. The group meets more-or-less weekly in Austin, Texas to improve members’ writing, drink wine, and eat gluten-free snacks. This podcast is a […]
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Saturday Show #85: Today’s Special by David Sedaris
What can we do with humor in literature? Listen to this episode of Saturday Show as the Austin Writing Workshop discusses the finer points of comedic writing and much, much more. 0:00 Introduction to Podcast 0:39 Reading of “Today’s Special” […]
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Saturday Show #84: Cat in the Rain by Ernest Hemingway
This episode of the podcast features a performance of the short story “Cat in the Rain” by Ernest Hemingway. Also, a discussion of literary techniques follows by the Austin Writing Workshop, wherein Hemingway’s style is contrasted with that of workshop […]
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Saturday Show #81: Why I Transformed Myself Into a Nightingale by Wolfgang Hildesheimer
As you might expect, this episode opens with a discussion of Pyrrhonean Skepticism and its ancient Greek opponent, Dogmatism. The group discusses the parallels between that dynamic and the current dynamic between Modenism and Postmodernism. We then discuss the short […]
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Saturday Show #80: Conflation by Frank Marcopolos, part of the new collection INFINITE ENDING
On this episode of the podcast, we discuss how to determine if something is art or entertainment, the main philosophical points of Immanuel Kant, the differences between the literary genres of modernism and postmodernism, “Conflation” by Frank Marcopolos, and “Peter […]
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Infinite Ending Sample #1: Eroticoffica by Frank Marcopolos
A sample from the story “Eroticoffica” by Frank Marcopolos, from his new collection, INFINITE ENDING: TEN STORIES.
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Saturday Show #79: Peter Elroy: A Documentary by Ian Casey by Elizabeth McCracken
This episode features a group discussion of whether writers should go independent or take the academic route to achieve success; plus, the subjectivity and objectivity of art and life, including how to properly judge works of art via objective rules. […]
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Saturday Show #78: Scheherazade by Haruki Murakami
In this episode of Saturday Show, the Austin Writing Workshop discusses the short story “Scheherazade” by Haruki Murakami, plus a member-submitted story entitled, “Automobile Days.” An audiobook-like performance of “Automobile Days” is included. From the Wikipedia: Haruki Murakami (村上 春樹 […]
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Saturday Show #77: The Tryst by Joyce Carol Oates
The Austin Writing Workshop discusses “The Tryst” by Joyce Carol Oates. From Wikipedia: Joyce Carol Oates (born June 16, 1938) is an American author. Oates published her first book in 1963 and has since published over forty novels, as well […]
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Saturday Show #76: The Hortlak by Kelly Link (Part 2)
For more from the great Kelly Link, please click here. From Wikipedia: Kelly Link (born 1969) is an American editor and author of short stories.[3] While some of her fiction falls more clearly within genre categories, many of her stories […]
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Saturday Show #75: The Hortlak by Kelly Link (Part 1)
More Kelly Linkness? Kelly’s website can be accessed by clicking this very link. From Wikipedia: Kelly Link (born 1969) is an American editor and author of short stories.[3] While some of her fiction falls more clearly within genre categories, many […]
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Saturday Show #74: CivilWarLand in Bad Decline by George Saunders
Live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, a grad-level fiction writing meet-up held in Austin, TX. Approximate timestamps and topics are below. 0:00 Excerpt from “CivilWarLand in Bad Decline” written by George Saunders, performed by Frank Marcopolos 1:56 Frank’s introduction […]
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Saturday Show #73: Women by Charles Bukowski (Part 3)
Saturday Show Podcast is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, a graduate-level fiction writing workshop focused on literary fiction and led by a former professor of literature and philosophy. In this episode, the group discusses the methods of […]
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Saturday Show #72: Women by Charles Bukowski (Part 2)
Saturday Show is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, a grad-level fiction-writing workshop led by a former professor of literature and philosophy. The group aims to improve their craft of writing literary stories, within which can be explored […]
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Saturday Show #71: Women by Charles Bukowski (Part 1)
Saturday Show Podcast is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, which is a grad-level fiction writing workshop led by a former professor of literature and philosophy. In this episode, the group examines the issue of autobiography in fiction […]
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Saturday Show #70: Mother and I by Dave Eggers
The Austin Writing Workshop is a fiction-writing workshop led by a former literature and philosophy professor. Listen in as the group discusses literary techniques, philosophy, and more on Saturday Show #70. Detailed topics and approximate timestamps are below. 0:00 Excerpt […]
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Saturday Show #69: That Bus is Another World by Stephen King
Can Stephen King write anything well besides horror? What lessons can studying the literary techniques used in King’s story, “That Bus is Another World” yield? The Austin Writing Workshop debates and discusses these issues and more, including analysis of a […]
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Saturday Show #68: Big Week by Zadie Smith
Fans of Zadie Smith, Dave Eggers, David Foster Wallace, Jennifer Egan, and J.D. Salinger would enjoy this podcast. This podcast is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop held on August 15, 2014. In it, the group explores the […]
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Saturday Show #67: Something by Literary Recluse Thomas Pynchon
A Matter of Emphasis…. The writer of literary fiction chooses which story elements to emphasize in her story very, very deliberately. Do you notice these story elements? Probably not the first time through the story. The first time through, the […]
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Saturday Show #66: Sex After Not Seeing Each Other for a Few Days by Tao Lin
Fans of Tao Lin, Dave Eggers, David Foster Wallace, Haruki Murakami, Ayn Rand, Immanuel Kant, and Friedrich Nietzsche would enjoy this podcast. It is a live recording of the meetup of the Austin Writing Workshop held on August 1, 2014 […]
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Saturday Show #65: The Chrysanthemums by John Steinbeck and Manhattan by Woody Allen
Fans of John Steinbeck, Woody Allen, David Foster Wallace, Dave Eggers, Jonathan Franzen, J.D. Salinger, and Ayn Rand would enjoy this podcast. It is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop held on June 25, 2014 in balmy Austin, […]
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Saturday Show #64: All That by David Foster Wallace and Annie Hall by Woody Allen
Fans of David Foster Wallace, Dave Eggers, Jonathan Franzen, Kingsley Amis, Haruki Murakami, Alice Munro, Woody Allen, and J.D. Salinger would enjoy this podcast. It is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, held in North Austin on Friday, […]
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Saturday Show #63: Happy Endings by Margaret Atwood and Opposite Days by Frank Marcopolos
Fans of Kingsley Amis, Dave Eggers, Margaret Atwood, and Haruki Murakami will enjoy this podcast. It is a live recording of a meeting of the Austin Writing Workshop held on July 9, 2014. Excerpts from “Happy Endings” by Margaret Atwood […]
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Saturday Show #62: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson and Ceil by Harold Brodkey (Are Discussed)
This is a live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop, recorded on June 27, 2014 in North Austin, Texas. The AWW is a fiction-writing workshop focusing primarily on postmodern literary fiction and philosophy. Podcast Timestamps: 0:00 Excerpt from “Fear and […]
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Saturday Show #61: Fireworks by Richard Ford (Is Discussed)
Live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop held on June 6, 2014. Topics debated include “Fireworks” by Richard Ford, Raymond Carver stories, postmodern literary fiction, impotent narrators, “The Sportswriter,” the Fourth of July as a paradoxical holiday, the BBC series […]
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Saturday Show #60: Little Birds by Anais Nin (Is Discussed)
Live recording of the Austin Writing Workshop on May 30, 2014. Topics: the erotica-ish short story “Little Birds” by Anais Nin, the movie, “The Name of the Rose” starring Sean Connery and Christian Slater, and, as always, postmodern literary fiction […]
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Saturday Show #58: So Much Water So Close to Home by Raymond Carver (Is Discussed)
Live recording of The Austin Writing Workshop at “The Compound” in Austin, Texas on May 16, 2014. Topics discussed include: Raymond Carver’s “So Much Water So Close to Home,” the Jodie Foster/Matthew McConaughey movie “Contact,” a member-submitted story, and postmodern […]
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Saturday Show #57: The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant (Is Discussed)
Buy “The Necklace” and other short stories by Guy de Maupassant HERE.
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Saturday Show #56: The Use of Force by William Carlos Williams
A performance of the short story, “The Use of Force” by William Carlos Williams.
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Saturday Show #55: The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
A performance of “The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. The Yellow Wallpaper
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Saturday Show #54: Seize the Day by Saul Bellow (Or, Holden Caulfield Ages)
Analyzing the novella “Seize the Day” by Saul Bellow and the philosophical nature of post-modern literary fiction. Seize the Day by Saul Bellow Almost Home by Frank Marcopolos Real Writers’ Workshop Meetup On the Genealogy of Morals by Friedrich Nietzsche
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Saturday Show #53: The Country Husband by John Cheever (Or, The Universe Doesn’t Care About Your Nonsense)
Analyzing “The Country Husband” by John Cheever and the documentary “Searching for Sugar Man.” Show Notes: John Cheever Searching for Sugar Man Almost Home
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Saturday Show #52: The Cloak by Isak Dinesen (Secretly Known as Karen Blixen) + A Secret History of the American Crash by Gonzalo Lira
What is the purpose of a postmodern literary story? How is it different from storytelling styles of the past? And why should you care? Plus, Frank reads an excerpt from “The Cloak” by Isak Dinesen (pen name of Danish author […]
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Saturday Show #51: A Very Short Story by Ernest Hemingway
A podcast with Papa. And other thoughts, theories, things. Show notes/relevant links: In Our Time by Ernest Hemingway Hardcore History – Must-Listen Podcasting The Lost Generation Geniuses Together: American Writers in Paris Teddy Roosevelt – Rough Riders Sexual Sickness Psychology […]
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Saturday Show #50: I Could See the Smallest Things by Raymond Carver (Or, The Wed Night Slaughter)
We worship at the altar of the slaughter. We bow down and make sacrifice to its Holy Being. We grace ourselves in its glow. Because in the cathedrals of literature, no other Deity can bestow upon you such Grace. * […]
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Saturday Show #49: Talpa by Juan Rulfo
From WikiPedia: “Juan Rulfo (16 May 1917 – 7 January 1986) was a Mexican writer, screenwriter and photographer. One of Latin America’s most esteemed authors, Rulfo’s reputation rests on two slim books, the novel Pedro Páramo (1955), and El Llano […]
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Saturday Show #47: Nirvana by Adam Johnson (Plus, A-Roid Bounced!)
A-Rod found guilty! 162-game suspension! An entire career built on ‘roidy fraud! And Frank discusses how this illuminates some of the deepest philosophical concepts of our time. (No, it isn’t a stretch.) Also discussed are “Nirvana” by Pulitzer Prize winner […]
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Saturday Show #46: Find the Bad Guy by Jeffrey Eugenides (Or, The End of Men?)
Are we in the American era of the disappearance of men? How does this manifest in literature and the arts? Have men become nothing more than spectators watching other men slap each other on the ass? What can be done […]
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Saturday Show #45: The Advantages of the Well-Read Gentleman
@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 […]
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Saturday Show #44: The Ocean Full of Bowling Balls by J.D. Salinger
In this episode of the show, Frank discusses the enigmatic nature of the J.D. Salinger estate. The estate has been silent since the death of the famous author in 2010, even as documentaries come out about him, and some of […]
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Saturday Show #42: F*!$ the Authors Guild
“Wait. You’re doing WHAT?” she said. “I’m writing a fairy tale… of OUR relationship,” I said. She said… Plus, news about the latest lawsuit filed by Big Publishing Luddites, the Authors Guild, this time against Google Books, and the launch […]
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Saturday Show #41: C.I.A. Weaponization of Culture
In this exciting episode, Frank discusses the revelations that the C.I.A. has been in control of American “culture” since the beginning. This includes the funding of The Paris Review and other literary magazines, as well as the global promotion of […]
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Saturday Show #40: Men’s Fiction, featuring Tony Clifton
Tony Clifton drops in and out of this podcast, while Frank discusses the vital importance of men reading. 85% of men in prison grew up without a dad. Men who read become leaders and maintain a cohesive family unit, statistically […]
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Saturday Show #39: No Caffeine
Frank does the unthinkable for this podcast. He goes for 7 days without any caffeine, and then not only functions, not only attends his normal writing group, but he somehow manages to also speak coherently into the recorder in order […]
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Saturday Show #38: Austin City Limits
In episode 38 of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank whimsically muses about ACLs and ACL, the people painting the parking spaces all around him, Austin traffic, and literary fiction techniques galore! The literary fiction discussion includes information on awkward word usage, […]
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Saturday Show #37: Did J.D. Salinger Practice Black Magic? – Reviewing Salinger, Part 3
“Do you want me to try to get Buddy on the phone for you tonight?” [Zooey] asked. “I think you should talk to SOMEbody–I’M no damn good for this.” He waited, looking at her steadily. “Franny. What about it?” Franny’s […]
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Saturday Show #36: Reviewing Salinger – Part 2
In this episode of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank discusses the timely demise of “Burn Notice,” the joys of a gluten-free beer called “Bard’s Beer,” the new biography of J.D. Salinger entitled “Salinger” by David Shields and Shane Salerno, the origins […]
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Saturday Show #35: Reviewing Salinger – Part 1
In episode 35 of Saturday Show, Frank discusses the new biography entitled “SALINGER”, written by David Shields and Shane Salerno, plus: literary fiction techniques galore, Oona O’Neill, World War II, D-Day, Hurtgen Forest, the Battle of the Bulge, Nazi concentration […]
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Saturday Show #34: J.D. Salinger to Publish 5 New Books!
In episode 34 of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank discusses El Jefe Obama’s decision not to bomb the hell out of Syria (yet), several different charities to support if you’re concerned about humanitarian aid, the HOT news about J.D. Salinger’s plan […]
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Saturday Show #33: Kindle Worlds
In episode 33 of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank discusses Kindle Worlds. Is it the latest in silliness or a major event in the world of publishing? Kindle Worlds is a publication submission platform from Amazon.com where you choose a licensed […]
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Saturday Show #32: Mark Twain v. Teddy Roosevelt
In episode 32 of Saturday Show, Frank discusses the feud between Mark Twain and Teddy Roosevelt over the Spanish-American War and the subsequent “Filipino Insurrection.” This information comes from Dan Carlin’s best-of-all-time podcast, “Hardcore History,” and the episode entitled “The […]
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Saturday Show #31: On Vladimir Nabokov
In episode 31 of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank discusses the untimely demise of elance.com as a viable marketplace to find freelance workers of all kinds. Frank presents a clear and concise argument which leads one to conclude that this company […]
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Saturday Show #30: Guernica, Bill Hicks, and Random Bar Patrons
In this episode of Saturday Show Podcast, we discuss the supreme importance of having a reading chair, the need for raising awareness about putting an END to the horrible practice of creating “honk signs,” and other important societal matters. The […]
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Saturday Show #29 – Interview with Author Ann Sterzinger (Improve Fish Education Now!)
In this episode of Saturday Show Podcast Frank talks to Chicago author Ann Sterzinger. Ann’s latest novel is entitled THE TALKATIVE CORPSE, and is available as an e-book from Amazon.com. WARNING: Much hilarity ensues during this interview, so if you […]
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Saturday Show #28: More Ernest Hemingway & the White-Hot MFA Debate
In this episode of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank discusses the true value of obtaining an Masters in Fine Arts degree, the enduring influence of MFA-less Ernest Hemingway, and much, much more. As always, literary fiction techniques are discussed as well. […]
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Saturday Show #27: Interview with Anarchist Amanda Billyrock Johnson
In episode 27 of Saturday Show, Frank interviews anarchist writer and video blogger Amanda Billyrock. They discuss the difference between ideas and beliefs, Amanda’s reading habits, the true meaning of “anarchy,” Amanda’s vision for a better world, and much, much […]
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Saturday Show #26: On Ernest Hemingway
In this episode of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank explores the following topics and so much MORE: How do you create a bond with your reader? How do you hook a reader into your story? What are the differences between genre […]
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Saturday Show #25: Literary Dialogue with Austin Writer Michael Ward
MARATHON SESSION! OVER 1 HOUR OF PODCASTING GOODNESS! Saturday Show #25 (With Special Guest Michael Ward). The audio player above uses Flash to run. However, if you need it, here is the link to the show on iTunes.com. Relevant Links […]
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Saturday Show #24: Richard Ford, Bernard Malamud, J.D. Salinger, and Friedrich Nietzsche
Saturday Show #24, The Austin Writing Group #13. Relevant Links and Show Notes: Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Things you can buy with your dollars: Rock Springs by Richard Ford Man on the Moon by Milos Forman Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand […]
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Saturday Show #23: Ann Sterzinger, Hunter S. Thompson, and Richard Ford
Saturday Show #23, The Austin Writing Group #12 (Special Snooper Edition). Relevant Links and Show Notes: Richard Ford – Rock Springs Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas The Essential Writing of Hunter S. Thompson Nine Stories by J.D. Salinger, including […]
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Saturday Show #22: Pan’s Labyrinth, Robert Coover, and Hunter S. Thompson
Saturday Show #22, The Austin Writing Group Podcast Episode 11. Relevant Links and Various Show Notes: Robert Coover Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Pan’s Labyrinth The Talkative Corpse by Ann K. Sterzinger Almost Home by Frank Marcopolos The Domain, […]
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Saturday Show #21: James M. Cain, Jim Thompson, and Margaret Atwood
Relevant Links and Various Show Notes and Such: Memento, directed by Christopher Nolan Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood The Talkative Corpse: A Love Letter by Ann K. Sterzinger The Killer Inside Me by Jim Thompson James M. Cain collection […]
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Saturday Show #20: Ann Sterzinger and Hunter S. Thompson
Saturday Show #20, The Austin Writing Group, Episode 9. Relevant Links and Various Show Notes and Such: “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” by Hunter S. Thompson “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” by J.D. Salinger “The Talkative Corpse” by Ann […]
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Saturday Show #19: Ernest Hemingway and J.D. Salinger
In episode 19 of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank ponders whether Ernest Hemingway was a sexist and a racist. Also, too, what have post-modernism, MFA degrees, and professional writing workshops done to our literature? Ernest Hemingway didn’t have a degree in […]
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Saturday Show #18: Susan Sontag
Swashbuckling adventures in literary fiction, continued. Saturday Show #18 Relevant Links and Show Notes: Teaching Salinger’s Nine Stories by Brad McDuffie Susan Sontag Unguided Tour by Susan Sontag
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Saturday Show #17: Sophia Coppola and Dwight Swain
The swashbuckling techniques of the modern literary fictioneer. With jokes. Saturday Show #17-The Austin Writing Group, Episode 6. Some of the topics discussed: – The relative weight of scenes vs. “pacing” and different terminology used by different schools of writing. […]
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Saturday Show #16: Woody Allen and Ernest Hemingway
Saturday Show #16 Topics: – “Midnight in Paris” — themes, characters, Owen Wilson – The “weight” of scenes – Narrative flow – “The Contest” by Grace Paley – Noir
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Saturday Show #15: Ayn Rand, Bobbie Ann Mason, and John Cheever
In episode 15 of Saturday Show, Frank covers why Jonathan Safran Foer is a “Face-ist” and a bunny rabbit murderer, traditional literary fiction versus commercial fiction, theme of the movie “As Good As It Gets” starring Helen Hunt and Jack […]
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Saturday Show #14: Kurt Vonnegut and Raymond Carver
Saturday Show Podcast #14 Topics: – Theme and message in stories, including “The Bath” and “A Small, Good Thing” by Raymond Carver and the movie “Sideways.” – The evolution of Raymond Carver’s writing style, as evidenced by the differences in […]
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Saturday Show #13.5: A Little Richard Ford Audio
From “Rock Springs” … “Sometime late in the night, after Edna was asleep, I got up and walked outside into the parking lot. It could’ve been anytime because there was still the light from the interstate frosting the low sky […]
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Saturday Show #13: Austin Writing Workshop
Saturday Show Podcast #13: Featuring an appearance by the ghost of writing groups past! (In a flow-y dress, no less.) More notes to come, when my brain is fully functioning. For now, please enjoy the audio.
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Saturday Show #12: Raymond Carver, John Barth, John Cheever, John Updike, and Joyce Carol Oates
Listen to a discussion about my writing critique group. Are you in a writing group? Has it been beneficial for you? Why or why not? Points made in the writing group as I discuss in the podcast: – In literary […]
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Saturday Show #11: Chapter 1 of ALMOST HOME by Frank Marcopolos
As part of a clever, clever marketing ploy to tease you into wanting to buy ALMOST HOME, I’ve provided an audio version of the first chapter above. I am so dang clever it hurts. It hurts every part of my […]
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Saturday Show #10 (“American Scream: The BILL HICKS Story” by Cynthia True and an Excerpt from “A Widow for One Year” by John Irving)
As a tribute to the massive gravity of the loss of the prophet Bill Hicks, I’ve posted an excerpt from “A Widow for One Year” by John Irving in the little audio player above. “American Scream: The Bill Hicks Story” […]
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Saturday Show #9: The Moment of Victory by O. Henry
AMBITION. Where does it begin and where does it end? Have you ever had an experience that fueled your ambition for years to come? What was it and how did it end up? These themes and MORE in “The Moment […]
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Saturday Show #8: How J.D. Salinger Ruined My Dating Life
In episode 8 of Saturday Show Podcast, Frank discusses how his love of the stories written by J.D. Salinger can be a hindrance upon his dating life. Especially after a couple of g(G?)lasses of wine. The player above uses Flash. […]
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Saturday Show #7: The Church with an Overshot Wheel by O. Henry
Who was O. Henry? William Sydney Porter (September 11, 1862 – June 5, 1910), known by his pen name O. Henry, was an American writer. O. Henry’s short stories are known for their wit, wordplay, warm characterization and clever twist […]
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Saturday Show #6: Texas vs. New York (+ Secret Salinger)
Frank moves to Austin, Texas from South Brooklyn, New York. He takes YOU along for the ride on the road known as America. Listen in to this road trip adventure! (OK, so maybe it’s less of an adventure than a […]
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Saturday Show #5: Joseph Conrad, The Informer, and Secret Societies
What can we learn about secret societies from the works of Joseph Conrad? Tune in to Saturday Show #5 to find out! SHOW NOTES: Joseph Conrad Wikipedia Page Freemasons
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Saturday Show #4: Random Thoughts from the American Road
Show Notes: Music: “Waiting Forever” by Bill Hicks. When you purchase The Essential Collection (Amazon Affiliate Link), you get a code which allows you to download this song and 10 others from billhicks.com.
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Saturday Show #3: Is the Indie Publishing Revolution Coming to an End?
SHOW NOTES: The Great Konrath ALMOST HOME THE WHIRLIGIG
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Saturday Show #2: Fifty Shades of Shady? (+ Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad)
On this edition of Saturday Show, I discuss the runaway phenomenon of FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, Joseph Conrad (HEART OF DARKNESS), and other moving literary topics. SHOW NOTES/LINKS: http://thesuburbanjungle.com http://dearauthor.com 50 Shades of Grey on Amazon.com Joseph_Conrad
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Saturday Show #1: Is Attorney General Eric Holder Now in Charge of E-Book Pricing?
Saturday Show #1 Show Notes: Department of Justice Case vs. Big 5 + Apple New York Times Criticizes the Case
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Almost Home Promo
To enjoy the podcast, click PLAY above, or download the MP3 file by right-clicking, and using Save Link As… To buy the entire novel as an e-book for Kindle ($2.99), click here. To buy the entire novel as an ebook […]
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