|Mark Pritchard's other writing |
Novels, story collections, and short stories.
- A review of
The Book Against God by James Wood.
- My time at Holden Village
- Six weeks on a writing retreat
while I worked to finish my (as yet unpublished) novel
- A review of
Spike Lee's film The 25th Hour.
Merton's Ambivalent War Novel
- An essay
on My Argument with the Gestapo, the only novel published
by famous 20th century poet, theologian and diarist Thomas Merton. Includes
links to Merton's books and Merton sites.
Gate, 22 Mar 2001: The World's Biggest Online Sex Party
- One article for SF Gate, the website of the SF Chronicle
(There were going to be more articles,
but I started a new day job around then and never really got to them.)
- Another Fucking Beautiful Day
- A bunch of columns from 1997-99 for a website, now defunct, called
Other Rooms. There's a lot of content here.
- Essay: "Juliette" by the Marquis de Sade
- Adults only! Also for Other Rooms, I wrote
this essay on one of my favorite pieces of pornography. Because the essay
quotes liberally from the book, adults only should access that essay.
- San Francisco Bay Guardian
- I wrote an article on the sexual revolution for them
for their Valentine's issue, maybe in 1991 or 1992. Their website no longer
posts articles that old, so I can't link to it.
- Frighten the Horses
- A regular column as the editor-publisher of FTH from 1990-94, in addition
to publishing some of my sex stories there.
- Essay: "Liberating Pornography"
- in Bisexual Politics,
a nonfiction anthology published in 1995 and
- My writing career began when I was a movie reviewer and entertainment
- - the East Bay Express, an alt. weekly in Berkeley, Calif., in 1979
- - the Austin Sun, a now defunct alt.weekly in Austin, Texas, in 1977-79
- - the Daily Texan at the Univ. of Texas, from 1976-78.
Other places to go
I'm querying agents about my novel about the American girl who goes to Bangalore -- a book now titled Mango Rain.
I'm working on a new novel titled Knock Yourself Out about a man who becomes unstuck in American society, loses his software company job, and winds up in a the desert with a bunch of survivalist types.
||last updated 13 Oct 09 -- email
copyright 2002-2009 Mark Pritchard, Bernal Heights, San Francisco