Frank’s writing has been praised by readers as “engrossing,” “gritty and entertaining,” “colorful and authentic,” “fast-paced,” “intriguing,” “fun and complex,” “very hard to put down,” “smart, stylish, and fun,” and “seductive.” His work has appeared in the following fine places: The Urban Bizarre anthology (Prime Books, 2004), In Our Own Words: A Generation Defining Itself (MW Enterprises, 2004), Underbeat Journal (Fingerprint Press, 2003), the-hold.com, The Whirligig (of course), Anti-Matters, Odelay!, Scowlzine, The Oracle, and Broken Pencil.
Frank also hosts a (more or less) weekly podcast about literary matters called “Saturday Show Podcast.” Episodes of the podcast can be found on his website, frankmarcopolos.com, iTunes, and Stitcher.
Where to find Frank Marcopolos online
Infinite Ending: Ten Stories
10 entertaining postmodern literary stories and 2 educational essays. It's kind of difficult to describe these stories without sounding pretentious. They *try* to explore profound themes in the tradition of postmodern literature, while simultaneously being entertaining. A tall order, certainly, and I'm sure a number of them fail. Read them and let me know what *you* think.
A Car Crash of Sorts
This story explores the constant rivalry between Intellect and Sexuality. Time, as a relative dimension, is jumbled as a technique to explore this fascinating rivalry in more realistic depth.
The Whirligig Issues 3-9
These are stories of the 2 a.m. bar stool, of whiskey-scented cubicles, of mystical kangaroo caves, of prairie dog vacuums. They are stories of Socrates, of Asoka, of Pill Dombrowski, and of the amazing Martin Landawer. These are vital voices that echo within you long after out of earshot. Here is the authentic, the wild, the true.
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