(Art: Hieronymus Bosch. From Garden of Earthly Delights.
From book of stories in progress. This one is called “A Mask of Rubber Bands.”
The Spirit of the Bathtub is a limited edition book available until 1st June 2019
The Spirit of the Bathtub is a limited edition. You can grab a copy until 1st June 2019. Here is a description of the nomadic surrealist journey:
Experience surreal tales from the bathtubs of South Korea, Utah, Turkey, Italy, Poland, and London. Vibration therapy with Spirit monkeys. Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth. The emotional weights are shifting. Dancing and acrobatics in the multi-verse. It is an expansive big bath person. It is the miracle that dissolves in the bathtub like a lump of sugar. Welcome to the lesser lights of the bardo. In the milky clouds of the bathtub you will never be sober. Hello my old friend. Tune into signals from another universe. It looks just like this one.
A small sample from Vicente Huidobro’s Altazor. So much magic. It is easy to get lost in there. The best kind of traveling.
(Painting: Miguel Hernadez. Music: Minor Victories. Reading: Marcus Slease)
A small excerpt from my novel in progress, Never Mind the Beasts. This is the early 80’s, on a government housing estate in Milton Keynes, England. Don Whiskers is baptised into a new religion. Learns how to swish whiskey. Becomes a friend of Jesus. Tries to find a hammer. Acquires a Millennium falcon. He is not a rock star.
Kyoto. Spiders. Men in black coats. Minimalist existentialist prose poems by GRZEGORZ WROBLEWSKI
(Painting by Janusz Tyrpak. Drawings by Grzegorz Wroblewski.)
1969. Leonora Carrington.
A excerpt from my second novel in progress, Hermit Kingdom. This section is called “The Lover’s Nest.”
Polish sailor pubs. Rustic jazz clubs. Vibrating Pineal glands.
Self-branding, love and companionship,
monsters, MILFS, and satanic energy drinks
Nomadic journeys from Katowice to Madrid to North Carolina with beer butt chicken and pimento cheese sandwiches.
How to expand with it.
“The Subway Station” by Miroslav Holub, 1970. “Ornithology” by Bud Powell. Reading by Marcus Slease.