Mark Z. Danielewski

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Mark Z. Danielewski is an American author.

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The Familiar, Volume 5: Redwood, by Mark Danielewski, closes Season One of a serial novel imagined as a vast TV series.

Mark Danielewski: The Familiar, Volume 5

The Familiar, Volume 5: Redwood, by Mark Danielewski, closes Season One of a serial novel imagined as a vast TV series.

from Bookworm

Mark Danielewski says he wants to give words to animals, to plants, to the waves of the ocean. His vast serial novel The Familiar begins with a young girl rescuing a cat.

Mark Z. Danielewski: The Familiar

Mark Danielewski says he wants to give words to animals, to plants, to the waves of the ocean. His vast serial novel The Familiar begins with a young girl rescuing a cat.

from Bookworm

Mark Danielewski builds a haunted house out of the pages of his first novel. It has dark passages, ghostly echoes (of the great books of the past) and a monster at its center.

Mark Danielewski: House of Leaves

Mark Danielewski builds a haunted house out of the pages of his first novel. It has dark passages, ghostly echoes (of the great books of the past) and a monster at its center.

from Bookworm

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