A selection of some of my books from small presses in last couple of years. Sometimes it is good to stop and take a glance back. Thanks Blazevox, Poor Claudia, Deadwood Press, Blart Books, miPOeasias, and Deathless Press.
The House of Zabka
A BIG THANKS TO JIM GOAR FOR THE GREAT QUESTIONS. WE TALKED ABOUT A LOT. LIKE NY SCHOOL POETS AND PHILIP WHALEN, AND POOR CLAUDIA. ALSO ABOUT NOMADIC POETICS AND TRAVEL AND SURREALISM. INTERVIEW UP NOW AT THE VOLTA/CONVERSANT http://theconversant.org/?p=5588
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
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_1
My first book of fiction now available from Deathless Press. It’s a Polish postmodern fairy tale. “The House of Zabka” by Marcus Slease A Polish folk tale meets Kurt Vonnegut’s surreal science fiction. A visionary, oracular original fairy tale that follows a butcher’s daughter to the deepest, darkest, strangest depths