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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 " Hearing Voices: Modulating a Revolution."
NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 23, 2022

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 23, 2022

It slanders hell to compare it to war, because the hell of mythology and religion, although superheated and stocked with torments, are in their way, discreet and proper. Only the wicked are punished. ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 16, 2022

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 16, 2022

Millennium Three, please learn, and learn fast, that the regimented years whisk us off fast enough, as do antagonisms of chance, want, hunger, crime, fire, flood, earthquake, and killing winds. Nature ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 9, 2022

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 9, 2022

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 January 2, 2022

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 2, 2022

Ah, well, there are no rents or levies in cardboard housing; the only taxes are on health and dignity. Certain amenities are absent, such as walls and a roof, yet the floor is always firm—authentic si ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 26, 2021

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 26, 2021

Avoidance of pain sounds attractive, but it easily translates into avoidance of responsibility, a running away from the very realities to which we must we must be educated, and against which we would ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 19, 2021

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 19, 2021

My worry is that we are on a course of decline, notwithstanding our armaments and our per capita income and the number of telephones and automobiles we have. From the book, “Years of the Electric Ear” ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 12, 2021

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 12, 2021

There is to me something ungracious, not only in style but in manners, about the use of words that the writer knows very well are Greek to the general reader. “Smith and the Snobs” from the book Holes ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 5, 2021

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for December 5, 2021

Fate and fission were on our side. The wrath of the atom fell like a commandment, and the very planet quivered with implications. “Fifty Years After 14 August” broadcast August 1995 on NPR ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for November 28, 2021

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for November 28, 2021

For transmitters and presses are not only mechanisms but vehicles—carriers of whatever content is poured into them. They are purveyors of the Word, the ideology, the big or little lie, credulity, or t ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for November 21, 2021

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for November 21, 2021

All is accounted for except the farmer’s boy and the mill hand who lived near the canal, and the young men from the city block where the gutters fry in summer.        ...

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