Wednesday, November 25, 2015

ANTHEM by Ayn Rand, Performed by Frank "Zeus" Marcopolos

Best-selling authors: 1. God (the Bible); 2. Ayn Rand. What is the enduring appeal of Ms. Rand's fiction? Have a listen to the story above and see what you think!

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Friday, October 30, 2015

The Bag (A Vignette) by Frank "Zeus" Marcopolos

Creative Commons (Podsafe) music provided by James Womack:

CC BY 3.0

Friday, July 10, 2015

The Luck of Roaring Camp by Bret Harte // Poetry by Zeus // And the Failure of Language

Here's a classic story that takes place at an old-timey mining camp way back in the day. Other themes are covered, of course, but they are best consumed subconsciously. One wonders about the natural splendor, the revival of the human spirit, and the decency of the folks of the specific time period.

And here's a random poem, apropos of nothing, seemingly out of nowhere, and yet begging for your attention...

Monday, June 29, 2015

Saturday Show #100: Bohemians by George Saunders // Austin Writing Workshop // Westin Hotel at the Domain // Frank Zeus Marcopolos

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 portal on this page to support us and help ensure we can keep producing these podcasts.

Sat Show 100: BOHEMIANS by GEOrge SAUnders, the iterative fucker

Monday, June 22, 2015

Saturday Show Literary Podcast #99: The Apologizer by Milan Kundera

Saturday Show 99 --> MILAN KUNDERA

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Clips from an aborted podcast

We recorded at a Whole Foods for the first time last week, and the sound quality wasn't up to snuff. For short tidbits, though, it may be okay. So, feast on these tasty tidbitties.



Tuesday, June 16, 2015

And Now, a Message from Joel Osteen