Marc Nash

1) WORDS – voice

2) WORDS – communing

3) WORDS – emotional intelligence

4) WORDS – identity

5) WORDS – metaphor

6) WORDS – origins

7) WORDS – Origins

viii) WORDS – ideas

9) WORDS – alchemy

10)WORDS – trove

11)WORDS – meaning

12)WORDS – ambiguity

13)WORDS – stricture

14)WORDS – porousness

15)WORDS – vapour trails

16)WORDS – lyricism

17)WORDS – Being

18)WORDS – metastasis

19)WORDS – play

20)WORDS – inoculation against mortality

20 years in the counterculture working at Rough Trade Record Shop, now working in freedom of expression NGO world. I hope my books are more than just the sum of the above and more than the sum of their words according to the schemata atop the header. I used to be a playwright, but then started writing more for  dancers and physical theatre performers. I like a challenge and I like to move out of my comfort zone. Now I’m a novelist and am writing more ‘voice’ than I ever did as a playwright.

Have completed 4 novels and decided to self/indie/POD one myself. “A,B&E” is now out available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble (edited for typo ‘Nobel’ – can clearly see where my mind is reaching for), you can sample the opening.

“G” is probably unpublishable, delighting in tearing at the alphabet as it does and starring the human genome fielding the question of why we still procreate.

“Thresholds” is a book with a lot of words told in silence and is a manual for those parents stood uselessly at the threshold of their child’s bedroom door and wondering how best to cozen an invite inside.

“Not In My Name” is about home grown suicide bombers, internet grooming, identity theft and the paucity of protest outlets in democracies. ‘Politics’ is there no better word for killing the chances of publication than thee?

“Dream Diaries Of an Insomniac” is in progress and considers schizophrenia and the English language… It promises to be even more unpublishable than “G” as it looks to boil down the language into just a 2000 word lexicon. Of course I shall employ considerably many times more words in reducing it down to such a pith.

WORDS – my eyes wide shut journey through self-publishing

YouTube – sulcicoilective for some guerilla literature vids

WORDS – (and now pictures apparently)

8 Responses to “Marc Nash”

  1. Gee mark, tell us MORE about YOU.

    • What would you like to know John?.

      I find potted biographies as tough to write and get right, as I imagine constructing a lonely hearts advert to do its requisite job. Speed dating is all the rage now I hear…

  2. […] Well, the whole gig is FREE, for which you get:   5 writers Penny Goring reading Bone Dust Disco Marc Nash readnig Twin Topiary Tales Larry Harrison reading from Glimpses of a Floating World me reading SKIN […]

  3. […] Marc Nash reading Twin Topiary Tales Larry Harrison reading from Glimpses of a Floating World me reading SKIN BOOK Daisy Anne Gree reading the Death and Birth of Johnny the Baptist   3 amazing musical acts   To The Moon Jessie Grace InLight And a whole load of super booky, CD, merch stuff, a smattering of which you can see above […]

  4. Yum! A tasty bite of how your mind works and your motivations. Thanks.

  5. […] about gangsters and language and the confidence of both.  His short fiction (featured both at Year Zero and his own blog, Sulci Collective) is a chrestomatic cache of conative empyreal epistolics […]

  6. […] to have collaborated with Marc Nash, author of the fabulous A,B & E, for well over a year at Year Zero Writers. Marc blogs here, where he contributes weekly to […]

  7. […] Marc Nash […]

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