22 Burst results for "Edgar Allan Poe"

Frank Langella Slams His Firing, Cancel Culture as 'Not American'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:22 min | 5 months ago

Frank Langella Slams His Firing, Cancel Culture as 'Not American'

"And langella's case, he's claiming he's a victim of cancel culture. You know, he called his firing from this upcoming Netflix series over alleged misconduct, not just and not American. In his first remarks, talking about him being fired from the fall of the House of usher last month over accusations of unacceptable conduct on set. Listen to that term unacceptable conduct on set. Was he doing heroin? Was he fingering himself? Masturbate? Did he do anything that Jeffrey toobin did on CNN masturbating during a Zoom call? No, it's much worse than that. Franklin Jell-O was forced and the lead role after performing a love scene with a female coastal who played his wife on this 8 episode series based on the Edgar Allan Poe's short story. He said both of us were fully clothed. I'm sitting on a couch. She's standing in front of me to direct a cold cut. And the actress says he touched my leg. That was not in the blocking. Now you know nowadays a lot of acting scenes, especially sex, I'm sorry, sex scenes are all blocked out and there's an intimacy coordinator. It isn't like the way it used to be or an actress and an actor and a director would talk it out. The days are seeing Billy Bob Thornton and Halle Berry in monster's ball are way over. It's done. There's people right over your shoulder like a fucking baseball umpire over the catcher's neck watching everything. So good luck trying to get turned on. There's no such thing anymore. After this woman says she touched my leg. She walks off set, the director follows her, the intimacy coordinator follows her. And Frank Langella tried to follow them, but he was said he was told, hey, give her some space, Frank. It took an hour. And then he was still listening. She's not going to come back to the set. And we're going to wrap for the day. A week later, he was contacted by somebody in human resources, those two words, human resources, to me, are the worst two words that we've ever come across in the last 30 years. They have fucked up everything. It is the human resource department and human resource managers and blab. They have screwed up more about this world than helped.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I think it also shows us the potential when you work in popular medium say popular medium stick day like youtube. Videos are tic tac or twitch. He was writing in the version of those things in his own day. And it shows that those things can endure. One of the things i was struck by was because there are there are points in his life where he's trying to get ahead and does something that You know a lot of us have done from time to time. Which was he sort of embellishes resume although in post case he you know in some cases just sort of flat out lied. But that's another thing that you know to go back to the gig economy where it's you know. We think it's this new thing. The the saying in silicon valley for decades has been faked to make it so like part of what he's trying to do in his time is is essentially that where he's like. I've got the talent. I just need to get past the hiring process so again when in his quasi cover letters paul vastly inflated experience of the magazine industry when he was trying to get his first editorial jobs and later when he wanted to launch his own magazine he again vastly inflated his contributions to the workplaces. He'd already been feinstein. Said that you said to one would be investor. I increased subscriptions to this magazine. Seven hundred percent and scholars have since discovered. It was more like forty percent. Less eye-popping still good. But it's just like an investor presentation today where the numbers are a little bit cut out in many cases or the presented context. Anyway it's nothing new and maybe it shows us that self promotion is essential. You know we live in a chaotic information. Age just like potted into stand out. Sometimes you have to pump yourself up a bit. Are there instances in his life where he's trying to get ahead whether it's locking down a particular job or even starting his own business where there are obvious reasons why he can't get it done and i think this is another one. That's familiar today. Have just as when you want to launch a business. Today you may need venture capital some kind of investment dollars. It was no different for po. The reason he never could pull off his great professional dream of launching his own magazine was he just couldn't nail down the bbc. So i mentioned urine richmond and you can go up down the east coast and in fact the majority of the east coast from boston to philly to baltimore richmond charleston south carolina. They're all of these cities. that claim. Edgar allan poe in some way shape or for their businesses in those cities that are built around him and his work. Which is pretty incredible when you start to learn more about him and you know some of his behavior some of his habits not that great not be exemplary. Figure that you would necessarily want to build a business around. Why do you think that is. Why do you think there are all these cities and all of these businesses within the cities that are built around this guy. I think it's because he was a genius. Who was working in commercial genres that we still understand today. And that's why he translates so easy. Easily to tv and film adaptations even to there are pro themed restaurants. There's a small chain of plo themed restaurants. You find t shirts for stealing hot topic. Po books at urban outfitters. It is really because he wrote for the marketplace. It's not because he ignored it. he wasn't able to ignore it. He couldn't afford to ignore it and in some ways he hated having decatur to it but he catered to it so successfully that we still enjoy him. We read him for pleasure. In how many nineteenth century authors say that about. I mean to the point that in baltimore they have the. Nfl team named after one of his poems. There is no other nfl team or any sports team anywhere. Name decker home. Have you been to one of those restaurants before. I have not now. Actually i have been deposed hub in richmond. There is also the little independent into a number of the plo. Themed bars in philadelphia po. Themed bar yeah again like you know other than maybe shakespeare. i'm not. I'm not sure which writers from centuries past or are having restaurants and pubs built around them. The book is po. For your problems uncommon advice from histories lease likely self help guru.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on MarketFoolery

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The raven by edgar allen poe. This is a labor. Vox recording by phil shin avair. The raven once upon a midnight dreary while i pondered we can weary over many acquaintan- curious volume of forgotten a lower. While i nodded nearly napping suddenly there came a tapping as of someone gently rapping rapping at my chamber door to some visitor. I muttered tapping at my chamber door. Only this and nothing more Distinctly remember it was in the bleak december and each separate dying ember wrought. It's ghost upon the floor eagerly. I wished the moro vainly. I had sought to borrow from my books surface of sorrow sorrow for the lost lenore for the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name lenore nameless here forevermore and the silken said uncertain rustling of each purple curtain. Thrilled me filled with antastic terrors. Never felt before so that now to still the beating of my heart. I stood repeating. Tis visitor intriguing entrance at my chamber door. Some late visitor intriguing entrance at my chamber. Door this it is nothing more presently. My soul grew stronger Then no longer sir. Said i are madame. Truly your forgiveness. I implore but the fact is i was napping and so gently you came wrapping and so faintly you came tapping tapping at my chamber door. That is scarce. We sure i heard you hear. I open wide the door darkness there and nothing more deep into that darkness peering long. I stood there wondering fearing doubting dreaming dreams. No mortal ever dared to dream before but the silence was unbroken and the stillness gave no token and the only word they are spoken was the whispered word. Lenora this whispered and an echo murmured back the word lenora merely this and nothing more back into the chamber turning all my soul with envy burning. Soon again i heard a tapping somewhat louder than before surely said i. Surely that is something that my window lattice. Let me see then what that is and this mystery explore let my heart be still a moment and this mystery explore just the wind and nothing more open here. I flung the shutter win with many a flirt and flutter in their step a stately raven of the saintly days of your not the least obeisance made he not the minute. Stop dr st. He packed with mean of lord or lady perched above my chamber door perched upon bust of palace just above my chamber doerr perched and sat and nothing more then this ebony bird beguiling my sad fancy into smiling by the grave and stern decorum of the countenance at war though by crest be shorn shaven thou. I set art. Sure no craven ghastly grim ancient raven wondering from the nightly sure. Tell me what thy. Laurie name is on the nights. Plutonium shore.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Hello you special person. You are special because you listen to this podcast as for me i mean just say i put my pants on leg time. I'm robert crandall. And i'm grateful for your presence. This podcast can now be found by the way on an internet radio station. Just go to meet us dot live. That's metesz m. e. d. u. s. Now there are a lot of podcast on this platform. Rotating on the airtime. And i want to thank david for adding this show to his internet radio station and for his donation to this podcast and your donation would be very much appreciated. Just go to horror stories. Podcast dot com and click on the. Buy me a coffee button. Or the donation button and while you're on the website. Why not binge you can binge allan poe by just clicking on the menu for edgar allan poe and all the episodes are there same is true with hp lovecraft and we also have a menu for listener nightmare episodes so go to our website horror stories. Podcast dot com. Hang out and binge for awhile. I highly recommend binging on the listener nightmare episodes. They are really creepy and only take about five hours. There's nine of them. I think and They take about five hours. A nice little A nice little evening binge for you. You know nightmares can be scary thing Maybe you've a nightmare. Perhaps there was unsettling. Let's say you dreamed you were a serial killer who brutally stabbed seventeen people to death and dismembered them removed organs and put them on display like a gallery of sorts walls covered with limbs and organs of your victims as you admire your carefully arranged exhibit. You hear something outside so you go to the window. You see a person walking by a surge of energy consumes. your being for your penchant. For murder is an all-powerful consciousness. You cannot escape. You grab your dagger stealthily. Approach your prey from behind it as you raise your arm with the dagger just then. The doom turns in screams a deafening cry. Then you wake up trembling in your hand is shape as if it had been gripping something you hear a knock at the door. Who could it be you get up and go to the door only to find the police. You are under arrest for the murder of seventeen people but wait. There must be some mistake. There is no mistake. You have blood on you. Your blood drenched. Dagger is found and your display of body parts or found in a spare room that you never used or you thought you never used. Yes in your sleep. You have terrorized the entire city with your ruthless murderers. The whole city is consumed with jubilation. The serial killer is finally found. The people want a public hanging. So they can throw knives at. You're dangling courts allowing the blood to drip into large pan to be boiled away in your carcass fed. The pigs ever had a dream like that. Neither have i had just now made it up so if you had a nightmare or if you want to make one up send it to horrible dream. My horrible dream at g mail dot com. Or if you've had something strange happen that you can't explain why blood on your door knob how beckett there we'll send that in and then you go into the house nurse blood on your bedroom door now. Yeah anything like that has happened. Send it to us. We'd like to hear it up next you like being alone. Edgar allan poe. This is his birthday months. That's why we're doing gorell impo. He was born january. Nineteen eighteen o nine but edgar. Allan poe hated being alone. He dreaded being alone he wrote a poem about.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Thank you for choosing horror stories. Podcasts home of amazing people like you. Hello and welcome to horror stories podcasts. I'm robert crandall and you're an amazing person for being here. And i'm be sure to tell a friend. Maybe they won't be an amazing person. Dislike you and i wanna give a shout out to carmen of the uk across the pond for her generous donation. Thank you so much carmen. And i i really really appreciate it. And if you would like to make a donation you can visit the website horror stories podcasts dot com or the old works to. That's adventures nadia dot net. They go to the same place and carmen had mentioned chad. Problem so I think i've gotten that straightened out. Hopefully but now there are two buttons one is for one is for by me coffee since i drink a lot of coffee. I've thought that it'd be appropriate. And then there is the normal donation button in case one doesn't work dry the other one and again. thank you so much carmen in the uk. For for your listening in for that. The generous to your donations helped me continue to do what i like doing for you. That is of course bringing you great horror stories and i understand. A lot of people are in difficult times right now. So don't worry about it. But if he can. That would be great. Well here. We are in january which is a very special month around here. Why well because edgar allan poe who we do a lot of stories of was born on january nineteenth eighteen own nine in boston and My birthday is january as well. I'm a new year's baby. Yes january first which used to feel really special but the older you get the less special it seem since it's a reminder of aging that you cannot ignore because the whole world stops and parties. I'd crazy anyway. So that's why january's a special special month. Here and edgar allan poe would be two hundred and twelve this month. Wow.

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Interview With Roger Corman

Eli Roth's History of Horror: Uncut

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Roger Corman

"The word legendary is overused but in the case of roger corman. It's well deserved. Roger trained as an engineer at stanford but after four days on the job. He quit to make movies. He began producing and directing low budget. Independent films are getting the underserved teen market. What is films lacked in production value. They made up for imagination. And as roger famously declared he never lost a dime on a picture and he made a lot of them. From nineteen fifty. Five to nineteen seventy-one. He directed over fifty films. Everything from monster. Movies to biker. Pictures to his famous adaptations. The works of edgar allan poe. He focused on producing and film distribution launching the careers of some of the biggest names in hollywood including francis ford coppola jonathan demme joe dante and bringing films by autour like david cronenberg. Ingmar bergman federico fellini to america. Rogers sat down with history of harsh showrunner. Kurt sanga to talk about his remarkable career. You started off directing and producing low budget films in the nineteen fifties How did you deal with the limitations. Faced the early films. I directed i was beginning to director with short schedule and i did what i could. I absorbed films saying. I use certain camera techniques that i've seen before and invented some myself. Now i'm not certain. I really invented them just that i had never seen them in other films. They may not have been as original as i thought. Nine fifty seven directed something like nine films Including tack of the crab monsters personal favourite Fm didn't have a lot of production values. But it was packed. Full of interesting ideas. A what are your memories of that film. Well i remember specifically said didn't have very much money and i remember exactly. The crab monster cost twelve hundred dollars and it was paper my shea but it was very big and it looked pretty good but we were shooting at on the rocks at cabrillo beach and the waves were hitting up against the monster and i could see the waves. Were destroying the back of the monster. So i had to shoot as fast as i possibly could and from only certain angles not to let the audience see that. The vaster was being destroyed. Well we shotted speaking monsters. Tell me about the monster from it. Conquered the world well. The monster from saturn was based upon my studies at the university where i studied physics and i tried within the fantastic world of science fiction to be as logical as possible and i realized a giant planet like saturn would have heavy gravity so therefore a giraffe could not exist but a turtle could because it was close to the ground and would be able to handle the gravity so i had the monster built all about the height of my hand here and thus say was physically correct for the planet saturn. I was having coffee as they were setting up the first shot and beverly garland very hip. Young actress came up to the monster and she looked and she noticed that i was watching her

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Unclassical

Unclassical

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Unclassical

"Okay technikon those. Every and she's making. He was born to traveling. Actors corona jake for those travel. And i don't know we'll have to retry distant distant. Memory of. I would love my job if i could go to constantly. Oh you mean your new job. Big actress is having to retrain the hatteras. Gonna ask masha and with the reality. That's gonna with us. Never coleman bach dead. Probably what. Boris now and this me wearing wakes yes so he's bought traveling but shortly after his birth is far the fuck off yeah actors and his well born in eighteen nine eighteen eleven two years later his mom died so yeah she didn't last i yes no. She didn't last very long but you know she left on. She didn't even pop has but maybe not a lot of hardships after the dad left and probably hug the blame and everything so she was like oh victorian body about once again of women. Die because of man. Yeah i did make note auto pilot. That's one helluva disney origin story abandoned by her father. Fats they deserted biotech mother. Would you say grieved say abondoned because it's not full. We'll talk about. Jesus gawad twins another going to get through walnuts. Heart like ten pages. I'll go through the quickly. So he was adopted by jon allen and that's where he goes middle name from allen and then he got engaged in eighteen were invented they were. They're going asian eighteen. Twenty six to they. They he in eighteen allen at po at garin po. he's up a bit now a bit. Did you get engaged to cousin. Allen hates you know about the moment he gets engaged. This person called me voiced but her parents break great but a parents break off the engagement so he goes off to university. But he's supposed to leave because he racks up. Laser gambling debt. And he's like dads to the jon allen guy can you pay and can we fuck you need like you have to leave on you for an officer. His engagement breaks down so he runs away to boston to join the army and keeps falling out with his adopted dad and in the end when his dad died he wasn't even mentioned in the will walks now. We got gross in eighteen thirty six. He felt financially secure enough to marry his fourteen year. Old cousin virginia clem. He felt find out she secure enough. So this suggests it's been going on a little while and now he's like okay now. I can finally crack on my fourteen year old cousin. So you were joking. Katie don't joke with victoria's and cousins. They will show up together so firstly incest at stop. I we..

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"So my first Recollections were his and so it's exciting to do a show about home. I got some folks out there in Mexico and in Spain, he has a lot of a lot of followers there that they asked about this wanting to know and I'm ready to rock and roll on that here in a couple of weeks off. Okay, next one. Is it going to be really a show that's close to my heart on the 13th of November called the female gender and writing that's going to really be a lot of fun. I thought sounded like a strange individual here. I know always find the masculinity in writing. Interesting maybe just because I'm a masculine guy because I'm a guy maybe cuz I'm bored with masculinity that I don't know doesn't mean I'm going to be changing my gender anytime soon. I'm just saying that on an artistic level, you know offs or already, you know, but for some reason maybe just cuz I thought women are maybe cuz I'm fascinated with women, especially when they're creative people, but I just feel that something special in different about the gender of female in in in writing and creativity took this something there. It could be my bias or well, I'm doing a show about it. I find it interesting. I'm hoping that you'll do the same. Okay the sound like I'm saying women are more interesting than And yeah, I pretty much I'm definitely saying that cuz that's definitely my feeling. Okay. It's really not a put-down on men but it is how I view things change. So it's we're going to have a show on that next after that and it's one of those Twisted ironies that will talk about but the classic Spotlight series at this one's going to be down on Ashbury love the guy don't write much avant-garde never have just loved everything. He did just liked it intellectually artistically one of the one of the the few of them Modern Masters and we don't really talk enough about him and I like to definitely do that. He it was only been a few months ago that that he died. So let's talk about him and have a I have a great time doing so well well have a few more I'm still shaping up for November and then we'll go on from there. All right folks. That was episode 105. C9 Classics backlight series thoughts on Edgar Allan Poe part to I'm going to call these different things. Actually. I'm going to retitle them just because I could do that since I have two. So, I think I'm going to call the first one assault on genius. This is sort of mention the fact that it's about the outside forces trying to get him off and we're going to call this one right here Terror in temperament. This is sort of like say some of the more insight things I think in many ways. It's the bookends of Edgar Allan Poe. I hope people will hear a joke, you know, possibly visualize the same thing, but certainly what I was shooting for anyway, all right folks, and so next time God bless. You have a good evening and thank you very much for all your support. Thank you for listening follow the show and support our efforts by visiting our sponsors. Www.dot strength to be human. No more purchasing an ebook at ww.w. Soma publishing.com..

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"So you have to wonder are they all having issues with their health and they all drunks or did somebody roll them like they used to say to do the job? To do the voting and then, you know buy them something and enroll them in the alley somewhere. Some of them might have made it woke up and go what the hell happened to me and others died so he could have been a victim of that month. We just won't know it certainly whatever it was, you know, certainly a dishonorable way to go, but I am convinced that one way or the other he was going to be on that. Unfortunately. Now this is the strange if it's not anything strange about it ground Poland as you can tell there's so many things but I always found it the strangest of all the strange things. Was that Edgar Allan Poe never really felt like he was going to die soon. He never felt that suicide was an option. He never thought that you know the ghost of his past. So his present were going to get him. He always thought that he could push on because remember in many instances he did I gotta say that is odd many times you might say that our own poll had some sort of weak sensibilities or a weak stomach for alcohol, you know, he's still had a very strong Constitution emotionally and psychologically, even though he's mentally ill for some of the terrible things that was going on. I think it would have broke lesser men, you know, if every time he falls in love with a woman and dog You fell in love with the woman that that adopted him and I don't mean, you know romantically or sexually I just mean that he loved her like his mother who never got to know cuz she also died and she died of consumption and then took off the two women and he, you know, eventually got involved with and married died. So Those women were probably the only people who really loved I'm not convinced that Edgar Allan Poe hated himself..

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"I think he's terribly embarrassed by improperly deeply ashamed by it and in many instances, he might feel that it's of of a character dead. Even of honor to simply be forthright about it, but I tell you you read it enough times with him and you're like, I can't just lie once in a while cuz I'm just tired of reading this stuff. It's embarrassing and I'm reading it off. It really is and you feel for him in many instances because because of that cuz you like this is the guy that wrote Raven and he's over here pretty much kissing the butt of a rich couple because he vomited in New Jersey what the hell is that? But you can't get any more of a true tale. I mean, I mean we we we say in a respectful manner that excuse me that Rod Serling was his life was itself like a Twilight Zone episode while I think you could probably put you know, Edgar Allan Poe inside one of his Harvard am stories because in many ways he was writing his own Horror Story in his life. I mean, no doubt no doubt about it and I'm sorry to say that between the behavior that scared a lot of people way that made people angry to put them at a distance or made them hate him later on came back to haunt him when he was dead. Okay to this day after a couple of biographies and a number of Investigations. There's only really three theories that have any kind of wait about the death of Edgar Allan Poe. We know the fact he was at that Tavern at night. We know that that wasn't a place that he was new to. Okay, that's a nice way to put it but remember I was telling you didn't cook so, you know, he probably went there for a sandwich. It's not unusual for him whether every time we went to that a sandwich did that result in him being drunk wage? I don't really think so mainly because he complained in correspondence, especially when he was seeking money from people cuz Edgar Allan Poe did that a lot. I mean this dude was like his own like fundraiser dog. Cuz that's what he did if it wasn't making money from editing or writing reviews or doing the speeches or or doing this the recitals of the poems. He was literally bumping it from people and he would literally write letters about that and he would also say stuff like yeah, I only had enough money for a damn sandwich today and to feed my you know, my dying wife and her mother and that's about it and not read between the lines and that kind of a complaint it really meant that he had enough control to not drink in the tavern because he probably didn't have enough money to go beyond the damn sandwich. So in many instances birth control cuz it's just been that he just didn't have the money to drink so we don't really know if he made a lot of money later on if that would have just totally destroyed his life. We just don't know but it kind of leads me to believe that Iraq in one way or the other. He might have been doomed to an early life. I like to think because he was offered a speech gigs to different colleges that he could have done that. and maybe become even greater and lived a longer life, but.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"That's why he never showed up and he's blaming somebody else for it. It probably didn't go very well at all. Even though believe it or not. The incident that he's describing actually did happen. It's a truthful incident when he is saying, you know in truth. How do you say it? Oh the but the simple truth that's his exact words. Yeah. He's actually telling the truth about what he talked about is just that we don't know it's if it's the full truth in that cuz we took don't know what is spurred that on is he just having fun with a friend? Why can't he control himself? Why can't he say Bill? You're you're awesome man. Thank you for coming on so many different ways. In fact, thanks for giving us free meals. I'll have to spend a couple of dollars. I have left to go into the tavern. They eat a meal cuz Edgar Allan Poe apparently didn't know much about cooking. He just didn't know off. Cook very much. He he dependent on women to do that or the tavern which is probably not the best place for them to eat because you know, then he drinks and screws all that up, but nevertheless. So you have to wonder about that you you really do. It's it really is complex. And and of course that's definitely a heartbreaking because as much as I've told you yeah, the guy can't seem to not get his own way that the guy cannot have a gigantic ego. But at the same point she can go down to the gravel and I'm telling you right now. I don't care what kind of psychological problem you have known men. Do not gravel unless they're looking for something or they just seriously busted and it takes in his case probably a little bit of both. Otherwise, he's not the gravel and type but there's plenty of instances where there's evidence where he is Groveland where he's apologizing where he's telling people candidly that he's a frigging drunk. Even though Edgar Allan Poe for all intents and purposes doesn't fit the drunken lifestyle. He seems to have a very low tolerance of it to me. He reminds me of many ways of Bukowski that way who later on when he nearly died in many instances. It appears will learn from his biographer. But I really think they're going to verify my theory is he had a long life because he wasn't a drunk. He really stood away from lot of alcohol. Most of that stuff was props and whenever he did go off the wagon, you know, he got sick quick and got over it and that was it but he couldn't handle very much because you know his body at that point was simply against it, but he had built such a lifestyle around it including his writing that he actually promoted it where in the other hand PO is not promoting wage lifestyle. He's promoting his art..

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"William Ross Walker, that's the Kentucky poet. I was telling you about would insist upon the juleps, and I know not what I was doing or saying. So it's not much of an interpretation on this, okay? Edgar Allan Poe's really telling this couple and I don't know if it's just trying to solve his himself for maybe a future meeting which according to what I could see and study it never happened. I guess. They said the hell with this guy off but he's pretty much trying to say. Yeah this dude pretty much puts the drug test drug this Tzu Julep, which is I kind of a drink on me and I couldn't handle it and sorry about that long. So in in many instances, he's just accidentally excuse his behavior. He's blaming somebody else for his behavior. Why this Behavior happens? I don't know. It's obviously it's a matter of interpretation. Maybe even a matter of guests. Is it the self-destructive things that can happen to suck people who are mentally ill as the people that I don't know do they do they avoid success psychologically when you know superficially on the surface and the mind if she wanted because every indication from his other correspondence from his private talks with people from his constant communication with you know, his office experiments writers. They did like him if she was trying to make money trying to stay ahead of things trying to become more popular. So why would he want to be a stumbling block to that when it's obvious? He was we don't really know why I can give you guesses like I just did I don't know why it just to me sometimes when you read enough about somebody's life. You can make some decent educated guesses Edgar Allan Poe in this instance. It's just too damn hard to figure out it's just so awful contrary to all the other things he's doing because it's not like he's doing twenty-seven self-destructive things and to cool things to get himself going know and this guy is doing 700 constructive things to get himself going off problem was is that the few handful of crappy things? He did just damaged the hell out of him and people talk. That's that's human nature. And whatever govern this man's human nature, it certainly didn't help him and and so many instances. It really did not. So that was a real I guess you could say lost opportunity for Edgar Allan Poe and I'm sure he had many of those some of them probably not documented, but I could read literally countless how to see someone's lot smaller than that, you know where he pretty much mentions alcohol. He doesn't even shy away from it. He comes up with an excuse, you know, sometimes he even blames his past some people knew about his past especially women women gave him more of a benefit of the doubt more compassionate to him than men were about the situation. You know, if the woman are on that drinking episode was there was a sole person in charge of a household which happened back then when the husband died the woman has a lot of money can do lots of things believe it or not. She can't vote but she could still do all kinds of interesting things including helping a man like that. She probably would have been a lot more receptive to that but it was a couple and mostly the guys suck. I did a letter and get all God. This guy's telling me that he got drunk..

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"She truly was brilliant and to his credit. He didn't care who she was gender-wise country-wise any of them. Why's he cysts or an artist and winning up to it in a place? We this time thank God. Okay. She on the other hand was kind of unusual and can be a bit eccentric. She grew more fond of him later. But in the beginning he she got to read one of the few people that that read The Raven early on before he became a public sensation even in England. Okay, and she says this there are certainly a power to the Raven but it does not appear to me the natural expression of a saint intellect in whatever mood off. It's not going to be the first time. You're going to hear somebody say something about Edgar Allan Poe. That sounds on the border that they think he's crazy that they think he's nuts that they think there's something warped about home in selected. They think he's you know, a member of another planet or you know, Denizen of the underworld or some other crap. I mean if you think about it the Raven was like nothing you've seen before just on an artistic level alone. I mean this thing had almost every poetic device known to the English language. We got simile in there. We got metaphor. We got onamonapia a we got a little radiation, you know, we got so many different devices running through that thing not to mention the fact that you know, he's got a unusual spooky burden there. He's got the whole bus a palace in the whole Greek mythology going on. I mean everything but the kitchen sink you guys thrown in there. And then rhyming on top of that and not even in a boring rhyme. It's in a a spooky cool refrain. You know, that's quote The Raven Nevermore. I mean it's that dude was rock and roll with that thing. I'm telling you if you had a soundtrack to that thing, he could have been in concert with it. Which later on I guess in many ways. He became in constant. In fact in many ways. I don't know if if if the Raven is the greatest poem that's ever written and that's what that's what he said. I don't know. I really don't I would say that in English language. Yeah. I put it in probably the top five easily off. Whether it's number one or not, that's debatable even.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"He's a master which he was and is you're still dealing with a human being he's taking a pee like you're taking a pee and eating chicken like you're eating your chicken and and and has his moods and has people dying around him and he's still feeling things and still trying to comprehend the world, you know through his own strong lenses. So if anything helps us remember that Edgar Allan Poe was a human well his frailties and certainly his flaws. That definitely reminds you and it definitely remind me. That's for sure now. Here's the here's the interesting thing here. So he writes a Kentucky poet William Russell Wallace. Somebody was close to for a number of years. Another one of those Washington Irving said they went through a lot of listening to of crap to him and still stuck with him. They loved what he was doing. They thought he was brilliant. They they they they were able to because of just the kind of people they were wage were able to put aside some of his weirdness and just focus on Edgar Allan Poe as a human being as as a great artist, not everybody was able to do that, but they were able to so they're crazy. So he tells him hey, I just wrote this incredible poem called The Raven and this is where he says the Raven is the greatest poem ever written. Those are the exact words for Meg rambeau found exactly what he said in the correspondence. So that guy It's Not Unusual because he said that to a couple of other people do which is pretty pretty darn amazing. It really is. now even though he was known for some of his really ruthless criticisms. He was also very generous and the people that he felt he really had a connection to their writing when he saw something in it that he could see himself or or even seeing something that he would admire. He was very generous and one of the ones he was really very generous worth was Elizabeth Barrett Browning the great English poet and he wrote a review of.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"I could not bring my passion from a common spring from the same Source. I have not taken my sorrow. I could not awaken my heart to Joy at the same table or I loved I loved alone. So I really really to me frames a lot of of his mental, you know off capabilities and maybe even mental instability in some cases. There's no doubt about it that Edgar Allan Poe suffered from various forms of mental illness. This is simply no doubt about it. It's not really about certain things. He wrote about Spooky this horror of that know, I mean cuz plenty of people who have written this before Robert Blocker in a twentieth-century road psycho. He wasn't mentally ill and he's talking about some really demented person over there who really is probably the first serious written introduction of a serial killer, you know, nothing about that guy just found stuff out the Page search did the book, you know, but we'll see as we talked about him and other people talk about him, which is really a big focus of the show. You'll you'll see the signs of this page to see and plenty of instances where sometimes he didn't care how he said things how he reacted how he talked to other folks and other times you have to wonder what actual control he had at certain moments. I'm not going to give people excuses. I tell that people all the time I deal with my own, you know, a vs. Of depression of famila Terry service so long I'm not one to to go around cats and judgments, but the same point, you know, we have to also have some personal responsibility for our conduct and we can't go off and you know, I drank because I shot three people in Iraq war or I punched just girl in the face because I'm suffering from bipolar. I mean this things where we have to be able to figure out how the handle and take responsibility for mental illness or not. So that's why I say that and it's the same thing with Edgar Allan Poe. There are instances where you can clearly sell you can clearly tell that he didn't have that control and others you condemn tell where he just didn't care. So and you can actually make some some some judgments on that at least. All right. So here we go. All right, so he had wage very poor temperament Edgar Allan Poe. It really served him badly because you have to understand. Yes. He was poor. Yeah. He was always fighting for money. Yeah. People were dropping Dead all around him. He dead. Even even saying to himself when the hell am I going to get consumption which was what they used to call tuberculosis back in a a five-year, you know Terror of bleeding out of your lungs and so once you fill up with fluid and die, you know, I remember somebody.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"Hi folks and welcome back to strength of the human. This is your host Marc Anthony Rossi poet and playwright. This is going to be our I guess you could say a sequel first time. We've did that where we did a second show off in the classic Spotlight series on this one will be on Edgar Allan Poe. All right, I had to move around the writing of wartime. So that's going to be done Memorial early of November. I put out the schedule. I think you should be able to see that every so often. I have to change it not very often. But sometimes you just have some scheduling conflicts and this is the best way to go about it. I'm really excited as we're about the eve of off Halloween on on a particularly rough year for everybody on all kinds of fronts here. So be fun to talk about this now. One of the things I did and it just happened naturally with the first Edgar Allan Poe show, which was episode number 25 last year. I think was April of last year. Actually I was I did. It was really more about not just about him and some of his writing but also some of the things that was happening to him and terms of you know, external things diseases and people dying in people coming after him and you know, folks trying to haunt him after he's dead by saying horrible things about him. And you know, it's really about in many ways in the salt on his genius, you know, it's like I like the jealousy of conspiracy of something. You know, I really allow the episode was about that because you know, he had a a very difficult and you can say tragic life died young, you know young, you know at the age of forty but on a street in in Baltimore, you know drunk It's Amazin freezing to death from exposure. Not exactly a fitting end to one of America's greatest writers, but nevertheless that's what happened. So I said to myself, you know, I know there's more to him and see what's going on with a ground pulled that we could do another show. But you know, it's taking this long to get there and and I'm not always going to do this with every writer. There's some that you know, I've said what I had to say and that's it, especially because I you know, I purposely call these shows now thoughts on so this way it allows me to pick and choose but I think it's interesting to make certain points and you know, just to get the the the reader off his case The Listener, you know interested and that's it. I'm not there to do entire biography cuz you know, I don't have six hours for one subject. It's something and this is a podcast. I mean after an hour, it's hard keep people's attention and we've gone our own and half and sometimes even two hours so it's not easy thing to do. So you really can't go that far on many of these folks, but there's definitely a lot that can more that could be said, Edgar Allan Poe so let's get into it now on this episode and I don't mean to be you know, a Debbie Downer over here on this one. Okay, but in many instances down for a ground pole in this particular episode, you're going to see more about the things that he did to.

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Amityville Horror

Ghostly

05:09 min | 2 years ago

Amityville Horror

"Welcome to ghostly is the AMITYVILLE. House. Haunted. ghostly is a podcast that comes out every other week. In each episode, we take a ghost story or paranormal event in look into its complete history. Rebecca then gives us evidence proving that the story is real. In, my job is to debate those pieces of evidence in to get you the listener prepared to vote on if it's real or not. You haven't yet please hit that subscribe button and as always we are your host I'm pat and I'm rebecca what's been going on Rebecca wow we've been thinking about that book club. Oh. Yeah I didn't know if we were going to mention that. Yeah. Well, I thought maybe I throw it out there you know K it was something that came out when we did our Edgar Allan Poe episode many years ago and I think I'm ready to maybe start doing it. Are You I am but I would really like to keep it paranormal based. Oh definitely or or history based APPS I think probably a bit of both like no fiction. Well, I mean yeah. It's going to be totally nonfiction I. Don't know you're talking about. Yeah no I'M GONNA put a post up go society. I was thinking and we could you know see what people are interested if you guys have somebody else's. Yeah. Awesome. Well, we also have the trivia contest and that's still going it is so they could win their choice of any ghostly shirt. I'm not just saying t-shirt because, oh, I'm thinking you know if they want one of the long sleeve shirts, they could get that to. I don't know that. Okay. It's expensive but you know our listeners are. Well we've already had some submissions we have and and the contest is going on until August thirty first. Yep. So still time. Yeah. So you could enter grossly podcast dot com slash trivia or just go to ghostly PODCAST DOT COM and go to the polls area and you will see the menu were there's a trivia but yeah, and then while you're there, you can also vote on our episode today absolutely absolutely. So do we have any listener mail we do we So we're going to actually finish up. We had started on the bloody Mary episode with 'em J. R. J.. She had sent a second letter and I too many stories to fit. In one episode. So Michael Jordan has been through a lot. So we're to finish up with her second meets Michael. Jackson. WHO Know. WHO All right. Okay. I'm ready. I got that out of. Every time. Okay so she continues. Again, they had moved three times and then. Things started happening again several entities So here's here's a bit more Okay. So she says now for the unspecified weird occurrences that have happened in the last year. Doing dishes home alone with the kids as I have already stated the kitchen is on the second floor and that there are no walkways outside the window. able to see a reflection of self I'm guessing like in the window while she's washing dishes right behind a heard a man's voice say, what are you doing? Are You Doing I looked up to see if someone was reflecting in the window. No one was there when I told my husband when he came home, he said, are you sure it was a man's voice because last night I heard a female voice say hi, how are you in the living? Room? This is. I did that sound the hi, how are you because I, think the. Female it's. Not Like I. Oh, are you? Okay that's more like it. One Friday when I was at work and the children were at daycare, my husband was sitting at home from work. He was sitting in the living room watching TV when he heard a baby cry if I just ignored it because it was not coming from within the house all both kids were at school so the sound should not be coming from inside after a few minutes the crying got louder. So he got up to investigate when he opened the door to her daughter's room the crying stopped and nothing was in there. If you remember the woodall incident then you'll get a real kick out of my next thing I'm about to say since we had a woody dull. We had to have a buzz light year Dow to per my son he was more my favorite actually I have totally Awadhi. Doll. Tom Hanks. Fan Though. You're zero unpopular. That you don't really you want publicity to. Know, it's for real. Go ahead, I'm sorry one day during the quarantine I was sitting in the other room working on my laptop when I started to hear something coming from the kids room.

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"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

Short Storiess Podcast

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"edgar allan poe" Discussed on Short Storiess Podcast

"Rushing to the corpse. I saw distinctly saw a trimmer upon the lips in a minute afterward. They relaxed disclosing a bright line of the pearly teeth. Amazement now struggled in my bosom with the profound all which had hitherto rain there alone. I felt that my vision grew dim. That my reason wandered and it was only by a violent effort that at length I succeeded in nerve ing myself to the task which duty thus wants more pointed out. There was now a partial glow upon the forehead and upon the cheek and throat. A perceptible warm pervaded the whole frame. There was even a slight poll. Sation of the heart. The lady lived and with redoubled art or ib took myself to the task of restoration. I shaved and bathes the temples and the hands and used every exertion which experience in no little medical reading could suggest but in vain. Suddenly the color fled. The pulse sation ceased. The lips resumed the expression of the dead. An instant afterward the whole body took upon itself. The icy chilliness delivered hugh the intense rigidity the sunken outline and all the lonesome particularities of that which had been for many days a tenant of the tomb and again I sunk into visions of Lucia and again. What marvel that I shut her while I write again. There reached my ears a low sob from the region of the Ebony. Bend but why shall I- minute detail the unspeakable horrors of that night? Why shall I pause to relate? How time after time until near the period of the grey dawn this hideous drummer of revivify. -cation was repeated how each terrific relapse was only into a sterner and apparently more irredeemable death how each agony wore the aspect of a struggle with some invisible foe and how we struggle was succeeded by. I know not what of Wild Change? In the personal appearance of the corpse that me hurry to a conclusion the greater part of the fearful night had worn away and she who had been dead once against heard and now more vigorously than hitherto although a rousing from dissolution. More Pauling in. It's utter hopelessness than any. I had long ceased to struggle or to move and remain sitting rigidly Abon the Ottoman a helpless prey to a world of violent emotions of which extreme all was perhaps the least terrible and the least consuming the corpse. I repeat stirred and now more vigorously than before the Hughes of life flush up with unwanted energy into the continents the limbs relaxed and save that. The eyelids were yet. Pressed heavily together and that the bandages and draperies of the grave still imparted their charnel. Character to the figure I might have dreamed that Rowena had indeed shaken off utterly the fetters of death but if this idea was not even then altogether adopted I could at least doubt no longer when her rising from the bed tottering with feeble steps with closed eyes and with that manner of one bewildered in a dream the thing that was enshrouded advanced boldly in palpably into the middle of the apartment. I trembled not. I stirred not for a crowd of unutterable fancies connected with the air the stature the demeanor of the figure rushing hurriedly through my brain had paralysed head chilled me into stone. I stirred not but gazed upon the apparition. There was a mad disorder in my thoughts. A ton moult unappeased could it indeed be Living Rowena? Who Confronted me? Could IT INDEED BE? Rowena at all the fair-haired the blue eyed lady ROWENA TRUMP BAINIAN OF TREMAINE. Why why should I doubt it? The bandaids lay heavily about the mouth. But then might it not be the mouth of the Breathing Lady of? Tremaine into cheats. There were the roses as her noon of life. Yes these might indeed be. The fair cheats of the Living Lady Tremaine and the Chin with its dimples as in health might it not be hers but head. She then grown taller since her malady. What inexpressible madness seized me with that thought one bound and I reached her feet shrinking from my touch. She let fall from her head. On loosened the ghastly ceremonies. Were Chad confined it. And they're streamed forth into the rushing atmosphere the chamber huge masses of long disheveled hair and it was blacker than the Raven wings of midnight and now slowly. Open the eyes of the figure which stood before me here then. At least I shrieked aloud. Can I never get? I never be mistaken. These are the full and the black and wild is of my lost. Love of the Lady of the Lady.

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Turkey seeks to extend state of emergency for 7th time

Experience Pros

02:01 min | 4 years ago

Turkey seeks to extend state of emergency for 7th time

"Heartburn again feeling better much better that was fast kick acid and gas with rolaids advanced firefighters still working to contain wildfires in western oklahoma that started late last week scorching hundreds of thousands of acres to people have been killed over thirty homes destroyed the us state department has now sent a message to the government in ankara turkey regarding an american pastor andrew brunson who's on trial there john clemens has details the statement rage we have seen no credible evidence that mr bronson is guilty of a crime in our convinced that he is innocent the pastor from north carolina is facing a thirty five year prison sentence in turkey responding and for being a terrorist pastor brunson's case brought this response from chairman dr danielle mark of the us commission on international religious freedom we know that if the situation doesn't improve in this trial doesn't start heading in the right direction it quite likely that stronger action yet is going to come out of washington i'm john clemens accurate harry anderson has died the sixty five year old found dead in his home in asheville north carolina yesterday morning best known for playing judge harry t stone in the eighties sitcom night court i'm gonna find the defendant guilty of assault and battery and mr gunther i'm gonna give you two days in the slammer because you've got to learn that this is not funny no matter what you think of the man's musical talent so what do you say that no cause of death has been released but foul please not suspected for usa radio news i'm chris barnes if ernest hemingway was alive today would he say this to you shakespeare mark twain edgar allan poe all great writers and after reading.

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Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven

The Past and the Curious

01:52 min | 6 years ago

Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven

"A magazine editor writer and poet living in baltimore maryland was faulted into international stardom when his poem involving a bird became an international hit can you name the poem and the poet edgar allan poe became a household name soon after his poem the raven was published the poem involves grieving narrator who grows increasingly upset by a raven that has taken up residence in his house the bird seems to speak answering all of the narrators questions with a single famous word never more speaking of birds

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