Marcus Speh


Location Berlin, Germany
Occupation German Storyteller and Professor
Website http://marcusspeh.com

Books by Marcus Speh
  • by Marcus Speh
    MadHat Press, 2013.
  • About Me

    My debut col­lec­tion of short fic­tion, "Thank You For Your Sperm", was published by Mad­Hat Press in 2013 (http://bit.ly/TYFYS); a chapbook "The Serious Writer" and a novel “Gizella” are forthcoming from Folded Word Press in 2014 and 2015, respectively. All my books are listed at goodreads: http://bit.ly/gutesbuch.

    I came first to Fictionaut as Finnegan Flawnt (http://bit.ly/MLqNdd) in 2009.

    Why do you write?

    The answer is somewhere in my profile picture (A. Giacometti in Paris, 1965).
    I also seek infinite wisdom, fame, money and spiritual resurrection.

    Any favorite authors? Books?

    I've lately enjoyed the following books written by friends: Susan Tepper, The Merrill Diaries (Pure Slush), Alex Pruteanu, Gears (Independent Talent Group); Bill Yarrow, Pointed Sentences (BlazeVox); Beach Sloth, I Want To YouTube Down The Rivers Of America;Timmy Reed, Tell God I Don't Exist; Kyle Muntz, Green Lights/Purity of Vision (CCM); Kathy Fish, Together We Can Bury It (Litpub); Frank Hinton, Action, Figure (TIny Hardcore Press); Dorothee Lang & Smitha Murthy, Wor(l)ds Apart (Folded Word); Christopher Allen, Conversations with S. Teri O'Type (CreateSpace); Gill Hoffs, Wild (Pure Slush); Sheldon Lee Compton, The Same Terrible Storm (Foxhead); Matt Potter, Vestal Aversion (Pure Slush); Ann Bogle, Country without a Name (Argotist); Julie Innis, Three Squares a Day With Occasional Torture (Foxhead); Susan Tepper, From The Umberplatzen (Wilderness House); Kathy Fish, Wild Life (Matter Press); Henning Koch, Love Doesn't Work (Dzanc); Carol Novack, Giraffes in Hiding (Spuyten Devil). For everything else, I've got (more or less) up to date profiles at goodreads and at LibraryThing (they can never be up to date because I buy too many books and have too little time to record data before I buy another). I'm also a librarian at Goodreads.