Marcus Slease sits down with Everest Magazine to talk craft, influences, Polish surrealism, Americana and THE HOUSE OF ZABKA, out now from Deathless Press. Just a few basic stats: Born: Portadown, N. Ireland Educated: Weber State Univeristy, Western Washington University, UNC Greensboro Favorite Author/voice: Richard Brautigan, Samuel Beckett Profession: Teacher of English as a foreign language http://everestonline.tumblr.com/post/53433193690/marcus-slease-interview […]More
MARCUS SLEASE FICTION
Nomadic surrealist fiction by Marcus Slease.
Last Christmas in Katowice, Poland I met a girl named Megi Szu and Lola in a Polish pub called Presja. They are Polish but they used English names. Or half English. Szu = shoe Megi = Maggie —————————— maggie shoe Lola = Lola We sat on an old couch with plastic flapping in the wind. […]More
A very rough draft of some work for my ongoing nomadic travel novel: The Autobiography of Don Whiskers. It will undergo massive collaging and editing later. MAPS Russians to the right; Indians to the left. I go with the Indians. I follow the sign for Hind Street Community Centre. Outside my […]More
gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous book. Thank you Deathless Press. It’s a postmodern Polish fairy tale. Part one. A nomadic surrealism. A few still for sale here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/130911578/the-house-of-zabka-by-marcus-slease?ref=v1_other_1More
my flash fiction up at DOGZPLOT. Great issue. Great illustrations/paintings!!! Thank you Jesse Eagle. Super happy. MARYNOWANE NIEBO means “pickled heaven” in Polish. Flash fiction takes place in Manhattan estate in Katowice, Poland. Check it out: http://dogzplot.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/marynowane-niebo-marcus-slease.html Painting by Lea Barozzi: http://leabarozzi.com/More