Tuesday , 18 December 2018

About Michael Kacey

  • Michael James Kacey began his career as an actor before embracing filmmaking. He has written, directed and produced two feature films through his company Anthracite Films: "Daybreak" and "The Poet Laureate of Radio: An Interview with Norman Corwin." His current project, a detailed look at early broadcasting, is called "Radio Changed America."
NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for October 7, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for October 7, 2018

We communicate by words that were minted, wrought, jointed, conjugated, inflected by workers in language.   “More Fun than Fun” from the book “Holes in a Stained Glass Window” (1978) ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 30, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 30, 2018

Beaches without beachheads. Jobs without sergeants. Gunners who tilted the guns of battleships and stoked them in epic combat, will ride the level ferries of bay and river.   “Fifty Years After 1 ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 23, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 23, 2018

They’ve given their noons to their country, They’ve trusted their girls to you. They are face to face with an ally’s earth For a bunch of tomorrows. “14 August” broadcast August 14, 1945 on CBS ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 16, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 16, 2018

Broadcasters are invariably miffed by criticism of their product and practices, and they protest as invariably that they are only giving people what they want. But the people have been conditioned to ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 9, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 9, 2018

I never have an outline before I begin. It’s all chaos.   From the book, “Years of the Electric Ear” (1994) ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 2, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for September 2, 2018

The lingo is polite as varnish, Sincere as the wax-faced undertaker saying, “We are sorry about your loss.” And after the notes are exchanged, and high respects transmitted like wires on Mothers Day, ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 26, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 26, 2018

Man is the only animal that smiles, and Americans are the only people who have made an industry of it.   “Ready, Aim, Smile ” from the book “Trivializing America” (1983) ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 19, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 19, 2018

However, in the matter of the kid who used to deliver folded newspapers to your doorstep, flipping them sideways from his bicycle, And who died on a jeep in the Ruhr, There is no fixed price, and no a ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 12, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 12, 2018

I love irony, I must say. I feel like Luke Skywalker wielding his light sword. The weapon is something I love to use, but I don’t think I can be charged with using it improperly. I hoped to use it eff ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 5, 2018

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for August 5, 2018

The enemy is indeed tangible. Disease is an enemy. It has killed more people than armies.   “Could Be” from the book “Overkill and Megalove” (1963) also the 1949 radio broadcast ...

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