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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

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04:36 min | Last month

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:42 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"You're in the playable there's little in taking or giving there's little in water wind. The living this living this living was never a project of mine. Curic funny though. Don't take what's mine. These came my drinks. He puts them down in front of me. I didn't ask you to move them. Did i conduct dorsey. Parker know about you sick of people touch with stuff but we have a real problem here. Oh you think. I don't know that you guys sit around all day swapping this with robert benchley at the al bunk win basically by space but by invitation only and it'll be like an unlit version of the group. Were throwing a party in your head where everyone ever wanted to talk to their ira. Glass with your coppola flaubert danger mouse out the back door speakeasy. It has straight for the going. Was benchley trunk again so listening to those though which is realizes which probably should have realized earlier. Rory blames don powell. She's team dorthy clearly. But she's also teamed on but more team dorothy. Amy sharon palladino is clearly team. Dorothy because don reference it is dorothy yes. I could not find more references to john. Powell but i find multiple of these talking about how fun it would be to be at the algonquin roundtable. And how witi. Dorothy parker was and how she had so much. Good taste and i mean this is the book. You're going to keep in your purse. That is high praise. Yes that is one of rory's four hundred bucks proximity. Yeah and. I think it's clever that a s p is using a dorothy parker reference in a scene where rory is drunk not necessarily happy but it is definitely an interesting parallel to dorothy. Parker's life and drunkenness. Is a huge factor. Alcoholism is a huge factor and part of the conflict in a star is born And of course. I've yet to see the two thousand eighteen version but it is also something that carried over to the nineteen fifty four version and that is the main conflict between in the nineteen thirty thirty seven version. Which is very good by the way and free on amazon prime between janet gainer and verdict march plane. Her husband they're both actors and his career is failing because he can't get a hold of his alcoholism in its thus impacting her career a really negative way. For example in one really heartbreaking scene. She.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:14 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Buy it. And she did write this review in nineteen forty two so no more than twenty years before dawn powell died so she was alive at the time. But there's no. There's nothing that i saw that said dawn and diana were in cahoots so many meanings whereas this. Yeah i know we. Are you saying diana. Ross says review in the nineteen forties. Yes oh i was assuming. It was a contemporary review. No because so then explained to me. Because now i think i'm confused okay. The the book written in the nineties. About don powell Whose consciousness was that in tim. Page way oh. In rory's i thought you were saying it was had had just read this other book and she was writing a contemporary review. Modern review of don powell's work. Oh this is. Ooh that is so fascinating that she was alive during the same time as both john and dorothy ianna and so this really is a really long ago. Conversation people were okay. This is so great. I hello taylor. Please listen to your co host and understand what she's saying. How k that is so fascinating. Pardon my misunderstanding. Because i was thinking that was only a modern members but this has been going on for seventy plus years. Yes so she. The nineteen forty to review. That was where she answered the question. Who says the funny things for dorothy. Parker gets credited with ms powell and so dan she she wrote this response to the gore vidal. He didn't write this article until nineteen eighty seven about her one thousand nine hundred to review and then her response came out in nineteen eighty eight. Oh so this is a very long ongoing conversation. Yeah lasting there. That's just forty years. Are there yeah so she was still thinking about it. So yeah this is a long. There's an ongoing conversation lasted forty five years for these two people and continued into gilmore girls. It's a conversation lasting almost as long as since we're having today almost as long as a star is born is being remade. What the first version of a star is born came out in nineteen thirty seven in. It's being remade in two thousand eighteen. Thirty seven only few years before nineteen forty two written. So we're gonna continue having this conversation with our two guests who will give us some more insight in our bonus episode command next week so stay for now see stay tuned. Stay tuned so kylie. Do you feel like.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:09 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"From though the new york review of books and diana truly now it was hard to find even this little bit but this is what i got. So in a nineteen eighty seven issue. She is writing to the editors because one of new york review of books critics gore. Weisel which you mentioned the name. I'm definitely heard before. So he makes a reference to diana and it is although powell received very little serious critical attention when she did get reviewed by a really serious person like diana trillion trillion warns us that the book at hand is no good because of the discrepancy between the power of mine revealed on every page of her novel the locusts have no king and the insignificance of the human beings upon which she directs her excellent intelligence. And it goes on. So diana says to this okay so if you read this. You can't tell that. I actually reviewed not just that book but also another book by powell the time to be born six years earlier and she was like. Here's said about that book. And then there's don powell who's of course. no first. Novelist entered require no introduction to nation readers. Miss pal is one of the wittiest woman around in our best. Answer to the familiar question. Who releases the funny things for. Dorothy parker gets credit and then she just goes on the central figure of a time to be born so enough to be called. It's heroin is the fabulous. Amanda killer evans anyway. She goes on to praises book. So what she's saying. In this instance as okay. I didn't like her newer book. But it did like this other book. So i'm not. I did not disc. Dawn powell overall. I just critiqued one of her books. I liked rather one so. She was a kinder reviewer than dorothy parker. Or worry gilmore. What that is for sure okay. So here's where this comes from. Who really says the funny things which dorothy parker gets credit. He was in a nineteen forty to review. And that's that is quoted by everyone else who ever talked about don powell and all the articles. I read They reference this..

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

03:39 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"He's two women. They just go together so they were bringing. This was with kevin fitzpatrick and patricia. Palermo who also wrote a book. About don powell and her new york novels and so right here on the description of this walking tour. They had both writers share many similarities among them. They both wrote for the new yorker and parker lacked discipline to write a novel and focused on short fiction. Poetry and the age difference is only three years. They are both members of the new york. State writers hall of fame and they both have plaques outside their residences in manhattan these overlap. Uh-huh so i think we're ready to talk about how this reference fits in rural goma girls. I think we need to continue that conversation. Let's start talking about instead of just talking about these ladies. Biographies even got all sorts of interesting factor. Woods so i noticed something taylor. My investigative side came out watching this episode. Because you can actually see the book that lane. Kim is holding really. I didn't catch that well. I saw the image on the front. So i use my googling skills and found the same image cover of don's book don powell novels. Nineteen thirty to nineteen forty two which includes her stories dance night. Come back to sorrento turn magic wheel. Angels on toast and a time to be born. Angels on toast. It sounds like a great brench food. Yes maybe like a whipped cream or something so it looks like lane was about to get a broad look at don and what better way than to read a few shorter books although that booklet pretty thick so that short but slot is the book that she's about to read so i hope that helps as we figure this reference out well and i think it's also telling that when rory is talking. About don powell. She says that. Don powell wrote things that dorothy parker got credit for. Things that she earned. That's something she is heard much he also says. I don't wanna hold that rumor against dawn. Because i want to know if she's involved in the smear campaign so in the end. Rory seems to be taking dorothy parker side as her friends not necessarily blaming it on dawn because she's not really sure dawn took credit for it Or said that dorothy parker was stealing from her But she's not sure she believes it. About john powell. Dorothy parker quips. So i found who made that original statement. Wait what yeah okay. It is a woman by the name of diana trilling. And she was a book critic she wrote for the nation shows a film critic for the nation which is not a publication. I'm familiar with. I've heard the name. But i do.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:05 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Definitely true yes. Her friend lowly in helmet spoke in her eulogy and she said she was part of nothing. And nobody except yourself. It was this independence of mind and spirit. That was her. True distinction definitely independently. And i just wanted to also share a few quips. That she's well known for her because she is a very witty lady that she's she just said a few of these things are under life. And i was kind of chuckling as i was reading them even without context. So if you guys are familiar with the united states president calvin coolidge. He did not speak much. He was a very amana few words. Maybe like ernest hemingway. And when he died she is said to have asked. How can they tell because all these folks so little that she was like how do we even know he's dead word she actually reviewed one katherine hepburn. Who we have agreed is a great actress impressed though and she was reviewing her performance in nineteen thirty four play and she said that katherine hepburn ran the gamut of emotions from a to be. That's that's pretty good Also if you've ever heard the little couplet men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses. That's from dorothy parker. Okay i've heard that one Brevity is the soul of lingerie also from dorothy. If you wanna know what. God thinks of money just the people look at the people he gave it to now And this is a little bit sadder. I think but i think this gives you a clever way to say something in of itself but later in her life when she was talking about how she didn't really believe in her own work she said i was following in the exquisite footsteps of miss edna saint vincent malay- unhappily in my own horrible sneakers but even then she was woody when she was dissing herself so i guess she couldn't dish out. She was not dishing out what she couldn't take.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

04:23 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"We talked a little bit about dawn's style oliver place. The bbc says her stories feature female characters trying to square exhilarating new choices with the enduring constraints of societal expectation. Some of her heroines are lovelorn suicidal alcoholics. But others are undeniably strong characters temporarily untethered by the hedonistic twenties. Their lives embraced contradictions and challenges. Only too familiar to twenty first century. Women I kind of consistent with the gilmore. Girls marvel's mrs mazel ascetic. You think yanna and to talk a little bit more about the alcoholism that is definitely something she struggled with as well and she wants quipped that she wasn't a writer with a drinking problem. She's a drinker with a writing problem. Whoa own your issues. Yeah she was a very witty person. That's kind of what she was known for. But behind the scenes she had two marriages. Both her husband's died of drug overdoses and her. Second husband one. She did work with. They wrote a star is born together. She a impel down paladin daniel. I know that's another didn't think about that one. She also struggled with her own. Substance abuse problems depression. She attempted suicide twice in her life and as she grew older she actually started disowning quotes that are were attributed to her and she became really dismissive of her own work like she was very insecure about it and she made comments about how even negative comments about the elgon roundtable saying like fitzgerald and. Hemingway didn't wanna come. So who are we to say that we're any good. So just as she got older she. I think she just continued to struggle which is like thus just heavy but she also became really active in politics. She actually got into issues with the blacklist. If you are familiar with the red scare she was left leaning and she reported from the spanish civil war and she also kind of just because she was left leaning. People didn't really to work with her because they were afraid she was associated with communism. She also this is kind of a. It's not a funny story because of the situation. But it's a little funny. In retrospect in nineteen twenty seven. She was fined five dollars for quote unquote sauntering in boston because she was protesting the execution of anarchists sacco. And vins eddie and yeah and okay. I actually just recently listen coincidentally to another podcast about saccone vans eddie. They were executed after a really shady trial like they do not speak english well and so they like maybe were involved in this murder. That happened but basically it was a terrible way. This trial was conducted was terrible so she was protesting. What basically everyone today considers a miscarriage of justice because they were not a fair trial and she was also a very in favor of civil rights and she was in favor of equality. There which that's a really cool thing in actually like you had a story about what happened to dawn powell's remains so she left her literary estate to martin luther king junior and then yeah he died very shortly after so it ended up with the nwea c. p. And they have her ashes. Wow yeah so there were just weird parallels dorothy and don had in their life and in now she is at in n. double acp office in maryland. I think okay usually people's remains what happens to them. Non interesting story.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

03:58 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Wow go dorothy yeah. This is not something referenced. Explicitly gilmore girls. But as i was reading this i realized this same thing. I think i would not be surprised. Can i just build up the tension more. Bet you anything. Amy sherman palladino pulled this story from dorothy parker's life and made it a story and rory gilmore's life shut up so as this critic for vanity fair. She was actually fired from this position because her reviews were so harsh. Just like i am. Rory wrote that terrible review of the malaise the answer at yale and got a di jerk on her written on her door and has she was discharged from vanity fair in nineteen twenty for the acerbity of drama reviews So she had to become a freelance writer and she could not resist a wise crack. This is the thing that got her fired. She couldn't resist a wise crack at the expense of actress. Billie burke wife of one of the magazines biggest advertisers o. Yeah ouch so. She had a reputation as a harsh critic. Kind of making jokes at the expense of someone else. Just like rory dead in a future. Episode of gilmore girls. So when she was a freelance writer she continued to write in magazines. Like new yorker and life magazines. There's another connection. I know you reading from the new yorker connection there and one of the things that she's most famous for is that in nineteen nineteen she co founded the algonquin roundtable. At the algonquin hotel. Which was a regular group of writers meeting together to talk about their work in new york so a couple of people that are well known or semi well-known harpo marx was in this of the marx brothers. James thurber robert benchley. The bbc call them the ultimate in crowd the informal literary luncheon club. And i know how cool would it be to be part of that. Like the beats or yeah. Kinda like jack kerouac and allen ginsberg and then that group out -cluded cs lewis and jr tolkien. What were they called the inklings. Yeah i have been to that little pub to that cool. Yes the eagle and child in had fishing ships. They're lovely yes. The nineteen twenties were her peak writing phase. She was super busy in this time. She had her first collection of poetry published in nineteen twenty six and it became a bestseller. She also became friends with f scott fitzgerald and ernest hemingway who mobile and she also started doing some screenwriting that went into the nineteen thirties and the most significant of these is the nineteen thirty seven movie. A star is born which you might be somewhat familiar with because right around the time we're dropping. This episode. the remake with lady gaga and bradley cooper is coming out nice. Yeah and so. That will be the third remake. There's also a nineteen fifty four remake with judy. Garland there was a nineteen seventy version with barbara streisand now. Two thousand eighteen with lady gaga. We'll get to that though. Because i did watch that movie but just to keep going on with dorothy life when i give you the full background. I also like this description from the bbc is like a pretty good overview of her stories..

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

03:42 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Talked about don powell and therefore do parker We actually got to talk to tim. Page and we're gonna have a full bonus up next week with our full interview with him. But here's a little some had to say about his love of don powell and the show. Have you ever seen it first of all. I certainly have. When i mentioned on about two thousand one. Two thousand two or two thousand three jack. Sherman was still living. her niece. Carol worser was still living her cousin reassuring was still living. And i let them all know about it. I got a copy of the show and they were fairy fairy happy you cannot believe how happy and grateful they were for some some nice recognition of the woman that they all still called aunt dawn. That's an ad that was a pleasant surprise that you so you saw that episode that we are talking about. I did the the first one. I think she's been back a couple of times and I i don't get to watch a whole lot of tv. But i enjoyed show. It struck me as very bright and very interesting and i was awfully glad to see dawn. Get some credit. And so was the family. Everybody was ecstatic. I love that. Well i hope. Amy sherman palladino. The creator of gilmore. Girls will listen to this. If she can meant tim he had all these works. He had all the original documents. All of these diaries old little notebooks and he wanted to sell them and so put on this website. And i think he put them for sale for five hundred thousand dollars for the whole collection and no one was really interested. The diaries are now at the rare book and manuscript library in columbia university. It just kinda seemed to work out that they went to columbia so still she has a legacy problem as the new yorker put it. She's she's brought back into our consciousness but then drifted back away so made an impact on some people major impact but on others. When i noticed little bit of a mystery y you know people have given some reasons. Work was too realistic straightforward. Well i will say not to jump in on your commentary. On don powell. Even though i know you were dying to talk about her. I don't want to jump in. But i will say it. I found another article in researching don and dorothy. This is from the atlantic actually september. Two thousand one so this is a conversation a right around the same time gilmore. Girls was doing this and in this article. It says anyone. Who reads powell. From beginning to end will find inexplicably strange of wa as parker had from time to time actually retreated from the high balls and wise cracks in the ogaden hotel and written half a dozen novels and the purest. Granny wilkins vein. So this is almost saying like parker. Wrote don powell thing that there's just a very strange collection of work credited to her and powell's novels fall into two groups so utterly a like that it is hard to believe..

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

04:04 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Which seems very odd and the little disrespectful like not to say oh why she shouldn't be buried with those types of people but just like if she is known and has people who are taking care of her assets why why not give her own gravesite. These are questions. I do not know the answer to but snow. no tombstone. For don powell. Sorry if you wanna visit that and not having experience yeah you can't have the experience. My language arts teacher had ed girl allan poe's grave that i mentioned while back our ghost story. I believe this was an our winchester mystery. House episode i remember. She said she saw a man in a black coat. Who talked to her while she was at edgar allan poe's grave in when she left everybody else with her said they did not see him freaky. Yeah just saying what. If there's though what if that's just a guy who dresses up like edgar allan poe and goes and talks to people who i honestly real. That's possible because we know from gilmore girls that people might like to dress up like edgar. Allan poe yup. We did learn that Anyway you will not see don powell in exactly that same particular strange situation because there is no gravestone for her. Be hard to find Where she rests so that same execution of her estate not great for about thirty years publishers. Critics students were asking her for don's unpublished. Diaries manuscripts any random scrap of writing. They have the lady was just kinda like Busy with their own life so no one got it. And then this dude tim page. He was a washington post classical music critic. At the time he read a review of old writings picked it up became just fell in love with her writing so he was like people should know about this lady so he finally got all of the manuscripts diaries. All of that released an bottom for about thirty five thousand dollars ten of which he borrowed from his mom like dedicated this way in his way. Ten thousand yet ten thousand which is reasonable. But in my head when i was like wow. He spent thirty five thousand dollars ten dollars. That's incredible alternate no little more than that. And he spent like a second career getting her works republished and he talks about his ass burgers syndrome causing him to be obsessive and so he talks about like he just felt like he had to edit these. I mean he edited her diaries her letters. Oh and got them published. You wrote her entire biography in nineteen ninety five so like dedication. Yeah that is so cool. got some of her works back into print and in this. This new yorker article says that powell earned a level of cultural cachet as a result of pages efforts and They reference one particular instance. That proves this worry. Gilmore the smarty pants college intellectual in the popular sitcom gilmore. Girls once called powell her favourite underground writer. She made the jokes that dorothy parker got credit for. So thanks tim page..

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

04:07 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"As interesting scene but then also people were pretty realistic. They're just their mindsets where to her characters were and so good not super exciting so she was not very well known. She wasn't well known before she died. She wasn't very well known after she died until nineteen ninety-five and we'll get to that but for now. She was from ohio she was born in. She often would tell people that she was born in night in eighteen ninety seven but most documents say she was born in eighteen ninety six so i don't know why she was really holding to that one year younger i mean why not go for five ten years younger than what you really are but she just wanted to be one year younger so enjoyed on which he lived in new york. Most of her life married Not a great guy alcoholic but she drank too so probably both were a little off and they had one son and at the time they thought he was mentally unstable probably just had autism but that wasn't diagnosed back then so they didn't know like we know so much more about how functional autism can be in live out their lives so he was in and out of hospitals and such so that was hard on her. She didn't have the greatest chilous life. that's for sure. By the time she died all but one of her books were out of print. Let's kinda sad. Don powell everyone so but rory liked so. There's gotta be more other writers lighter. It seemed more than readers so she didn't have commercial success. She was respected in the writing community. Her books were viewed. Were taken seriously. Some people definitely wrote negative reviews but other people wrote positive reviews so you know just not a book. Though that a rory of the time would have told her friend lane to read so anyways didn't have the internet right confined. Her niche audience may be true but ernest. Hemingway liked her. He wants deemed powell favorite living writer privileges cool and he was a man of few words so to get any of his words is pretty significant. That's true even if he said he hated you. It would be an honor because he had so few words. Much like eminem in kamikaze all those rappers who were like so excited that new things. I watched a video of one hilarious. He was like can't just called me out. Wow i am not in the loop on eminem hot gossip so we're gonna have to put that in our tumblers. Oh i can figure out. What's your dropping the references on taylor for ones don didn't like ernest hemingway though. She ridiculed him his writing his whole mystique. She was not a fan of so. That's pretty say she's like oh you like me and you're one a few people giving me recognition. Well i think you're writing sucks all right okay. So she's speaking her. She was often compared to dorothy parker. Which is like in this going girls. Episode powell didn't really like that comparison. Oh shade major shade. When don died this is how like pragmatic she was. You can just like imagine her writing. She donated her body to the cornell department of anatomy so like very much. Oh yes my my body here. Study it like no no real emotion to that. Sure why not. And then her literary execute her had the rest of her remains interred in a mass grave on hart island alongside. The city's unclaimed homeless prison. Inmates stillborn babies and criminally insane..

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

03:04 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"My often read the news. I often read textbooks. When i'm in school and i'm not anymore fit. Yeah i'm not an avid reader either. No so if she read. Let's say forty forty books a year and she started when she was like. I don't know eight eight. And she's eighteen seventy four hundred so yeah she's read more. That's a lot of books and we might even be low ball in it. Yeah that's more books. And i've read. I am one hundred percent. Certain certain sane. Maybe we should kick it off with not our favorite kickoff segment but with the first person mentioned in this reference. Diggity dog dog done these things. Come over oh. I just a nickname for every day. I love i appreciate it. Let's go k town down. Don so i was given the author dawn research. Because let me tell you a little miss taylor. New tiny bit about dorothy had looked up real quick and realized she had a vested interest in learning about dorothy. Oh i did. And we'll get that. She is kicked for a little under known underappreciated. Don powell over to me and you know what. I'm not mad about it not anymore. Because now i can appreciate don powell just like worried us says the girl who said she literally did not care which person she always go ahead and pick taylor if you up. We have no recording of that. So i think my mom was in the room. We can prove it. So roy says that she wrote sixteen novels nine plays and that's about right some. I read thirteen novels. Fifteen novel sixteen novels nine. Plays ten place it somewhere around there though. Google gave me a bunch more. But you know there's different addition of but we can all agree. She wrote novels. Plays yes between nineteen and sixteen novels between nine and ten plays so. I was a ballpark figure. There's a very close ballpark figure then. Short stories and articles and those got other places. That's how it happened. I wrote a lot of satire. She wrote about life in new york short about people in new york very realistic. So sometimes people felt like because she was so realistic wasn't.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

03:45 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Pause weird sentence this. He gets miffed when she's like dab. I can't stay here all the time with you. I have another job which is weird. Thank you i am deeply summary right. That was a weird way to say it unpack. Rory tries to let everyone know. Just wasn't the only one at fault for the accident and with the new music store in town lane discovers her new love stop. That's the end. Music is not a new love for lane well but more specifically the drums touche. But i don't think it's a that surprising considering how much she loves music but did she know that she was going to be a musician. I don't know that's a great way. I never thought about it. Just in my head lane is a musician right. But before this episode wasn't you're right good point and that is a big change in her future Speaking of lane this is our first lane reference. She and rory together drop this reference as they are leaving the bookstore in stars. Hollow don.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:31 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Amy sherman. Number of emmys. Twenty teen sherman palladino gotten not one but two emmys and i want to have both of those awards not just in a single year but to have received best comedy directing best comedy writing ever and she got them in a single year which that's impressive like literally back to back in the award show like she had just ran off the stage with one emmy and then she came back to get another. Yeah yeah that is so cool. We will definitely share an article about this in our tumbler. Which is awesome and we got to see it together. Well we turned on the emmy's in the middle because also serious accomplishment and kyle or narrows rife. What movie did you watch the first time. This week fares buehler's day off. Yeah after that movie wrapped. We then watched history. Being made we actually. We didn't really watch is being made because we missed any sherman. Palladino wins but we did watch them win. Best comedy at the end of the night which was awesome that was amazing And alex burstein like you said. She won best supporting actress in a comedy. Rachel brosnahan thus lead actress in a comedy. I mean emmys on emi's on emi's yeah. That was awesome. So then the emmy for best show. Does that go to aim like who gets to keep that. While there's they would go to the producers. Which i believe is amy. Although daniel gave the acceptance speech share yes she was like i've already given to i. Now so let's any third. Daniel have his moment to shine to you. Because i think we do give her a lot of credit but he's also in there he has been in the whole shebang the whole. Yeah because he wrote two of the seasons of a year in the life To meddle was a writer on gilmore girls originally. He's been a writer. And i believe also a director and mervilus mrs measles as well. Yeah and she gives such a sweet shot after him. Some that people are partners you know.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

04:04 min | Last month

"dawn powell" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Hello beautiful listeners. It's me a kyle. I don't know i do that tomorrow. Voice that was weird adalah field. You never know what's going to happen. This is our flashback episode to everyone's listener favorite about super mario brothers. Do you think. Mario is ever mentioned on gilmore. Girls honestly wouldn't put it past them. But i can't say that's ever been on our shortlist of things to consider recording about. No we haven't come across it yet. Well we're having a little rebroadcast today. And it's it's relevant because we thought y'all needed a little refresher on them a favorite person in the goma. Girls universe gilmore girls in real life universe. Dorothy parker and so we're gonna were rebroadcast and our dorothy parker and don powell episode. Two amazing comedic. Ladies much like taylor and i Because next episode. What are we talking.

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"dawn powell" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"dawn powell" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"That's nice that leaves like a third of the page empty. What should I put in the rest of the page pumpkins and penguins? Josh burn it tear it up. Josh you considered burning your journal. No. I tell you what I would put in there. I wouldn't put in a list of like ongoing resentments like like are you start kill list? Yeah. Yeah. I don't forget about it. I don't want to forget the people who have wronged me or the other thing. I might put on there is like a list of all the things I worried about before going to sleep a catalog of this is bad the hundred or two hundred things that rifle through my head during the hour that I'm trying to fall asleep. The people I may have wrong the activities. I haven't finished the responsibilities, I've shirked, etc. Josh for an actual piece of advice. Here's what I if I had the kind of dedication to this that you seem to have I would draw a little picture in that about him third. And I'd try to maybe dry the same picture every day for a week and see if I do it differently or maybe I'll give you a prompt. It's Santa Claus die. China sor? So you're going to draw Santa Claus dinosaur everyday for a week and see all the different ways that that prompt takes you. And then the week after that I wanted to do like a rabbit smoking pipe, and I wanna see that and like show me different rabbit smoking pipes. And maybe you can I'm not saying they're going to be good is not about being good. Just like your journalism about like writing. Beautiful prose is just like, hey, I'm the throw this at future me who's going to read through these things maybe someday. And be like what was I do in January twenty nineteen. Oh, yeah. That that really super stoned rabbit. I drew. Oh, I didn't think it was that kind of pipe well on day seven you gotta mix it up. All right. Well, I've actually been reading diary recently. Dawn Powell's diary issues. This great writer, and it is really interesting to read someone's diary, it feels incredibly invasive even though Don pal has been dead for quite a while. And at the end of her life said that she wanted her diaries to be published. It still feels like, wow, I can't believe that. I am allowed to read these things about a stranger. So try to include that kind of that kind of the juicy stuff. That's my advice. Last third of the Fayed is just what other juiciest stuff of the day. Right. Yeah. Just like at the bottom third. Be like, I think this is what the. You know, people have seventy years from now will want to read about my day. I definitely think that you should assume that no one's going to read your diary because otherwise pressure. All right. The next question comes from K who writes John Hanke few weeks ago? I matched with someone on a dating app and after chatting for a bit we decided to go on a date. But shortly thereafter, I got sick. And when I told him he told me to get back to him. If I wanted to go out once I felt better. Well, it's been several weeks. And it turns out I have mono, which is why I felt so terrible this whole time, and I'll be better soon and no longer contagious. And I want to let him know. So he doesn't forget about me. But I'm worried that the connotations of the disease will. Okay. Because it's the kissing disease. Okay. I am not familiar with these connotations of mono. I have always understood it to be just a really bad viral illness that sometimes attacks your spleen, but apparently it has sexually transmitted vibes. Yeah. I'll I will. I will say that I got mono and high school completely without any fun way of contracting. It I contracted it in the normal someone spat into the air and it landed on my tongue way. Yeah. Like, you can get the common cold for making out. But you can also get it from you know, putting your hand on a gas pump..

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"dawn powell" Discussed on The Anthropocene Reviewed

The Anthropocene Reviewed

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"dawn powell" Discussed on The Anthropocene Reviewed

"That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash anthro. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Don't hire William Faulkner to be your postmaster now back to the show. If I've learned anything in my life. It's never to argue with linguist there too smart. And also, they never stopped talking. So I want to be careful here not to say that language creates or structures thought. And I also want to be careful not to say that language does not create or structure thought because I have a nice life. And I don't want it to be ruined by linguists. Does love at first sight exist, because we know the phrase or does the phrase exist because we know the experience is a question. I'm too scared of linguists to address as for whether cultural constructs create experiences of it I site. Well, the only people I fear more than linguists are anthropologists. But if we are to review of it first sight, it must be noted that the word love is an unmitigated disaster. I mean, I love reading detective novels, and I also love my children. And yet the feeling of reading detective novel has almost no kinship with the feeling of building Legos with my kids. I love my friends, but not like, I love my wife. There are so many loves and only just the one word in English effect brilliantly expressed in one of the best sentences in Ulysses. Gloves to love love. But when we talk about love it for site. Of course, we're almost always talking about romantic love and the near immediate attraction human sometimes experience. Indeed studies have shown that people make conclusions about attractiveness almost instantaneously in less than a second. But attraction isn't love love. Requires and demands an intimacy you simply cannot achieve within the first few minutes of encountering a new person. Just after her husband died, the novelist. Dawn Powell wrote in her diary, someone asked me about the long marriage to Joe forty two years, and I reflected that he was the only person in the world, I found it always a kick to run into on the street as for his death. This is a curious thing to say, but after forty two years of life together much of it precarious, and crushing we have been through worst disasters together. And I'm sure Joe would feel the same way about me. I think that is true of the kind that not only can survive death. But must you can't love like that in a minute or an hour. And yet, I think it's a mistake to dismiss love at first sight as merely make believe are most common contemporary metaphor holds that. We fall in love falling usually being quick and surprising and also scary and disorienting older images for include being pierced by an arrow or overcome by fever. These are all sudden and overwhelming experiences and not entirely pleasant ones instantaneous. Love is also a very old idea half a sentence after Jacob. I sees Rebecca in the book of Genesis, he's kissing her and lifting up his voice and weeping in the second century achilles Tachi throat as soon as I had seen her. I was lost for beauty's wound is sharper than any weapon. Christopher Marlowe famously wrote whoever loved that loved not at first sight. Which like anything written in? I am victim Tamador. At least sounds true. But I have to confess that my own worldview is closer to that of the great romance, novelist. Danielle Steele who once said while being interviewed in her beachfront villa. I believe in love at first sight for houses, but not for people. The closest I've ever come to seeing romantic love it for site happened. My junior year at Kenyon college. So much of the school year was so cold that spring and Ohio always felt like an actual revelation the miracle of spring to me is that it happens every year, and yet somehow I never see it coming. So it was spring, and I was astonished by by the reemergence of birkenstocks and t shirts and green grass and final exams..

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