MY NEW BOOK, PLAY YR KARDZ RIGHT, IS NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE RAD DOSTOYEVSKY WANNABE. ALMOST CHEAP AS CHIPS . . . BUY IT HERE: https://dostoyevskywannabe.com/original/play_yr_kardz_right HERE ARE SOME BLURBS “Marcus Slease’s gentle & generous engagements with the ephemera of almost-everyday life, coupled with a variant of bill bissett’s Lunarian English, and a sensuous, curious,Continue reading “PLAY YR KARDZ RIGHT”
Have a poem in Best British Poetry 2015. Inspired by Alan Watts and the earth. It’s called “The Underground.” Originally published in Lighthouse magazine. Thanks Emily Berry.
My poem “Bathtub 18” published in Juked magazine October 2015. (art by Marie Jonsson-Harrison) https://player.vimeo.com/video/141847565 bathtub 18 from marcus slease on Vimeo.
Terrific exhibit and month of performances at Hardy Tree Gallery. Happy to be involved. Communities. Art. Poetry. Yes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=175&v=LAK8oXyN2_M
Great night of readings in celebration of the work of Tom Raworth. For Mahu at Hardy Tree Gallery. London 9th June 2015. Thank you SJ Fowler. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frW3NoBCBP0
READING FROM RIDES (BLART BOOKS 2014) AT HARDY TREE GALLERY NEAR KINGS CROSS IN LONDON.RIDES WAS CUT UP SLASH WRITTEN ON TRAINS FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS ALL AROUND THE U.K.AVAILABLE FROM AMAZON IF YOU FANCYhttp://www.amazon.com/Rides-Marcus-Slease/dp/1291923381/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1433789534&sr=8-1&keywords=rides+marcus+slease
I got TOOTSIE ROLLS in the supplemental issue of Lighthouse Magazine. TOOTSIE ROLLS are world war two. I got them from Mormon missionaries. Read TOOTSIE ROLLS and other poems over here for free: http://www.gatehousepress.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Lighthouse-6-Autumn-2014-Online-Supplement.pdf the full meal of Lighthouse mag (with more poems) coming soon. A launch in South London too! Mighty good. Thanks AngusContinue reading “TOOTSIE ROLLS”
Eating a magic Scone last night with David Kelly-Mancaux in London before poetry reading. The poetry reading was a word pharmacy at Hardy Tree Gallery. It was very interesting. http://hardytreegallery.com/