S.Tadzio

?

Channel Reputation Rank

#1720
?

Activity Status

Stale

last updated

According to the data and stats that were collected, 'S.Tadzio' channel has a mediocre rank. The feed was last updated more than a month ago. In addition 'S.Tadzio' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the basic readability level, which is a result indicating a well-balanced textual content on the channel.

About 'S.Tadzio' Channel

Just another WordPress.com site

? Updates History Monthly Yearly
? Content Ratio
? Average Article Length

Long articles are widely used on 'S.Tadzio' as elaborated and interesting content can help the channel to reach a high number of subscribers. In addition there are some medium length articles making up more than a quarter of all textual items.

short

long

? Readability Level

'S.Tadzio' mostly contains texts of a basic readability level which may show their aim to reach a wider audience. Besides, there are a smaller number of articles of intermediate readability.

advanced

basic

? Sentiment Analysis

Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

positive

negative

Recent News

Unfortunately S.Tadzio has no news yet.

But you may check out related channels listed below.

Second Week of July 2014

[...] a message that I’d been mentioned in a tweet by Sam Rasnake, the founding editor of the BLUE FIFTH REVIEW. He was asked who his favorite women writers are on Twitter and mentioned me along with: [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (November 2014 / 14.21)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (November 2014 / 14.21) Martyn Ferry, [...]

the blue collection 5: collaboration (Winter 2014 / 14.24)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: the blue collection 5: collaboration (Winter 2014/ 14.24) [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (October 2014 / 14.19)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (October 2014 / 14.19) Artist, Robin Grotke, [...]

Gone Girl

[...] films. But the publicity for this one has me curious. I just read an interview in ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY with Gillian Flynn, writer of both the novel and the screenplay. I’m posting part of the [...]

When You Leave, I´m Begging You Not to Go, Call Your Name Two, Three Times in a ...

[...] cafe to my new flat. I was there this morning perusing copies of VANITY FAIR and ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY. VANITY FAIR. It´s changed due to the fact that magazines are clearly a dying breed  [...]

Talking Pictures

[...] previous post for ‘Gone Girl’, the source of the article was THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER (not ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY). For anyone interested in reading the EW coverage, I’ll try to reblog the story, [...]

This Week’s Cover: David Fincher shoots ‘Gone Girl’ EW cover with Ben Affleck

[...] -EW.jpg " credit="DAVID FINCHER for EW" align="left"] When Entertainment Weekly approached Twentieth Century Fox about getting an exclusive inside look at the making of [...]

Flash Special: Works by Curtis Smith (September 2014 / 14.17)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Flash Special: Works by Curtis Smith (September 2014 / 14.17) — with artwork by Leslie [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (July 2014 / 14.13)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (July 2014 / 14.13) Claire Ibarra, Mausoleum Wall Claire is a [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (May 2014 / 14.9)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (May 2014 / 14.9) Madeleine Slavick, Found Graffiti, [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (November 2014 / 14.21)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (November 2014 / 14.21) Martyn Ferry, Winter’s Afternoon Artist, [...]

Natalia Ginzburg and Iseo Lake

[...] from Milan). It was early afternoon. After a couple of cafe macchiatos, I heard the voice of Sophie Rowe, the young woman who would turn out to be my main character, in my head. She was seated in a [...]

More on Sautin and Sophie

[...] it from the perspective of  Dominic Laird, the journalist investigating the circumstances of Sophie Rowe’s death. The epilogue is scripted as a piece of narrative journalism. I was inspired [...]

When You Leave, I´m Begging You Not to Go, Call Your Name Two, Three Times in a ...

[...] , a man involved in a love triangle with the main character in my novel, a young woman named, Sophie Rowe. This morning after the Burroughs article, I escaped into lighter fare, I delved right into [...]

Editors’ Picks of the Year: Notable Reads on WordPress.com

[...] Originally posted on WordPress.com News: Our editors dove into the archives to resurface top posts published on WordPress.com this [...]

Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 9

[...] AUTHOR: More short stories from WordPress. Originally posted on WordPress.com News: Here’s more great reading for you: five stories we love from across all of WordPress. View [...]

Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 4

[...] Originally posted on WordPress.com News: It’s time for our latest edition of Longreads’ Best of WordPress: below are 10 outstanding [...]

Longreads’ Best of WordPress, Vol. 3

[...] AUTHOR: More of WordPress best ‘Longreads’. Originally posted on WordPress.com News: We’re back with another edition of Longreads’ Best of WordPress: below are 10 outstanding [...]

‘Wuthering Heights’ – 2011

[...] Young Catherine and Heathcliff, still from the 2011 film version of ‘Wuthering Heights’ A most inventive version of ‘Wuthering Heights’, directed by Andrea Arnold, starring Kaya [...]

Review

[...] Williams’ ‘The Glass Menagerie’, ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ and too Emily Bronte’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ and Jean Rhys’ ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’. I.S. [...]

‘Damage’ and Obsession

[...] , very much like Heathcliff’s death fixation with Cathy in the classic, WUTHERING HEIGHTS. At the end of ‘Damage’, the Jeremy Irons character is in his own form of prison, a [...]

Tea on Torstrasse

[...] stressed out about developing it. I was doing quite a bit of research then. I was reading WUTHERING HEIGHTS, watching documentaries on Edgar Allen Poe and researching Gothic fiction. I wanted and [...]

The Unlikely Pairing of Sam Taylor-Wood and Aaron Taylor-Johnson

[...] film festivals to promote her second directorial effort. Wood was tapped to adapt the film version of the terribly racy, smash-hit novel, FIFTY SHADES OF GREY. Wood’s first film, NOWHERE BOY [...]

David Hare and the American Cage

[...] on the novel by Bernhard Schlink). Today I’m posting a segment on the making of the film version of ‘The Reader’. I’ve also posted a piece from Zbigniew Presiner’s soundtrack for the [...]

Five Unreliable Narrators in Fiction

[...] Carey Mulligan and Leonardo DiCaprio in the 2013 film version of ‘The Great Gatsby’ It’s Friday evening and I’m thinking about unreliable narrators. This [...]

‘Wuthering Heights’ – 2011

[...] Young Catherine and Heathcliff, still from the 2011 film version of ‘Wuthering Heights’ A most inventive version of ‘Wuthering Heights’, directed by Andrea [...]

Last Day of November

It’s Sunday. I’m restructuring my novel. The book is broken down into a series of emails and text messages between the main characters. The narrat [...]

The Glass House, a Memoir

Jeannette Walls, author of ‘The Glass House’ It’s Saturday. I’m sitting in a Starbucks. Why? Because it has the closest available internet co [...]

David Hare and the American Cage

3 January 2015. It’s official. I’m bored. The mundane nature of American life has seeped inside my bones; I can’t easily rid myself of it. The [...]

?Key Phrases
Second Week of July 2014

[...] a message that I’d been mentioned in a tweet by Sam Rasnake, the founding editor of the BLUE FIFTH REVIEW. He was asked who his favorite women writers are on Twitter and mentioned me along with: [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (November 2014 / 14.21)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (November 2014 / 14.21) Martyn Ferry, [...]

the blue collection 5: collaboration (Winter 2014 / 14.24)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: the blue collection 5: collaboration (Winter 2014/ 14.24) [...]

Blue Five Notebook – (October 2014 / 14.19)

[...] Originally posted on Blue Fifth Review: Blue Five Notebook Series: Blue Five Notebook – (October 2014 / 14.19) Artist, Robin Grotke, [...]

Related channels