Salty - Mark Haskell Smith

Salty - Mark Haskell Smith

Salty - Mark Haskell Smith



“Graham Greene meets the Marx Brothers and the result is Salty, Mark Haskell Smith’s riveting new novel of unquiet Americans on the loose in Thailand. Profane, endearing, and just absurd enough to be totally convincing, Salty is both a comic thriller and a thoughtful meditation on love, lust, and the American way.” —Tom Drury, THE DRIFTLESS AREA . Mark Haskell Smith « Baked: A Novel ...

Turk Henry: The Insightful American Mark Haskell Smith’s SALTY delivers a rollercoaster adventure of uproarious humor, exotic locales, intrigue, deceit, murder, and kinky sex. Taken in and of themselves, these tasty (dare I say, salty?) elements mixed with Smith’s elegant, clear prose, would make for a riveting, breezy read. Smith, however, further elevates the material by ensuring every detail, description, laugh, and ejaculation, in one way or another, reveals, develops, and …

MARK HASKELL SMITH is the author of six novels with one-word titles including Moist, Salty, and Blown; as well as the non-fiction books Heart of Dankness: Underground Botanists, Outlaw Farmers, and the Race for the Cannabis Cup and Naked at Lunch: A Reluctant Nudist’s Adventures in …

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"Graham Greene meets the Marx Brothers and the result is Salty, Mark Haskell Smith's riveting new novel of unquiet Americans on the loose in Thailand. Profane, endearing, and just absurd enough to be totally convincing, Salty is both a comic thriller and a thoughtful meditation on …

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Smith was born in Lawrence, Kansas, and was raised in a suburb of Kansas City. Smith attended and received a B.A. from The Evergreen State College in 1979 and an MFA from the American Film Institute Conservatory in 1987. After his undergraduate work, Smith moved to Seattle, WA living in the Belltown neighborhood.

He played guitar and "sang" in the art-punk band The Beakers (1979–80) and 3 Swimmers (1981–83). Smith moved to Los Angeles in 1984 to attend the American Film Institute's Conservatory. He lived briefly in New York City (1987–89), attending classes at Playwright's Horizons theater lab.

Smith adapted the screenplay and the film is currently in development. Delicious was published in 2005 by the Atlantic Monthly Press, with Salty (2007), Baked (2010), Raw: A Love Story (2013), and Blown (2018) published by Grove Atlantic/Black Cat .

Smith moved to Los Angeles in 1984 to attend the American Film Institute's Conservatory.

Mark Haskell Smith. Mark Haskell Smith (born June 14, 1957) is an American writer who lives in Los Angeles.

Smith spent the next decade working on films doing uncredited rewrites, most notably on Anaconda and Excess Baggage, both produced by Columbia Pictures. Frustrated by the way his original script Playing God turned out, Smith began writing novels. His first, Moist, was published in 2002 by St.

Smith spent the next decade working on films doing uncredited rewrites, most notably on Anaconda and Excess Baggage, both produced by Columbia Pictures.

Smith spent the next decade working on films doing uncredited rewrites, most notably on Anaconda and Excess Baggage, both produced by Columbia Pictures. Frustrated by the way his original script Playing God turned out, Smith began writing novels.

After his undergraduate work, Smith moved to Seattle, WA living in the Belltown neighborhood. He played guitar and "sang" in the art-punk band The Beakers (1979–80) and 3 Swimmers (1981–83). Smith moved to Los Angeles in 1984 to attend the American Film Institute's Conservatory.

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