writings, workings, & publishings


The Sacred Text of Rosa who is Great is forthcoming from Quiet Lightning Books (Spring 2015). It is a collaborative art book that was originally posted across social platforms. Written by Marcus Lund. Illustrated by Stella Peach.

Prose & Poetry

The poem “A Prayer for Rain (Formerly known as Speak this Spell When in Need of Rain)” appeared in issue 53 of sPARKLE & bLINK.

The poems “READ ALL ABOUT IT,” “Power Through,” and “SMOOCH” all appeared in Vol. 2 Issue 6 of the chapbook that accompanies each Writing Without Walls reading.

“A Shed is a Shed is a Shed” appeared in Vol. 5 (print) of Paper Darts.

The essay, “On Obsession” appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of 580 Split.

Marcus Lund is part of the experimental translation issue of McSweeney’s wherein his translated words appear next to the words of Jeffrey Eugenides, Zadie Smith, Dave Eggars, Andrew Sean Greer and many more. Issue 42 can be purchased here.

“Their Trash is My Treasure” appeared in Issue 1 of Nib Magazine.

“The Sound a Rocket Makes When it Blasts off into Outer Space” appeared in issue 4.0 of sPARKLE & bLINK.

“the god of getting what i want” appeared in Issue 3.5 of sPARKLE & bLINK

“A Sinfonia Do Circo” appeared in Vol. 5 No. 3 of Brink Magazine.

“An Evening with a Noctiphile” appeared in Issue 1.0 of Bad Futurist.

“Losing It” appeared in the Summer 2011 issue of Xenith Magazine.

His essay, “Among the Giants,” appeared in Issue 43-100 of Boneshaker: A Bicycle Almanac.

“In Search of Spare Change” appeared in Issue 10 of 34th Parallel.

Non-Fiction Articles

Marcus Lund was a contributing editor for Skate[Slate] Longboarding Magazine.

“Duplex: RipCity and Subsonic” appeared in Issue 2.

“Zoobomb” appeared in Issue 1.

He was also a contributor for the website, Portlandbeer.org. (That was a lot of fun.) 


Marcus Lund was a script advisor for the Liz Lewis film Positive.

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