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.

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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.

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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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