Marc at a Painkiller Ghosts book signing.

Gardy Loo!Vol. 2, #1 (October 1997):
Marc's prose piece "Don't Worry L____, He'll End Up In Hell Someday", short story "Don't Make It Feel Like Slavery, Jon", and an art show review titled "In the Funkhouse the Women Come & Go Talking of the Avant-Garde Show" were all included.

Painkilling Prose Photo Page


WordWrights! #14 (fall 1998):
Marc's poem "The World's Greatest Musician" was included on page 13.

Throttle Magazine #156 (summer 1998):
Marc's poem "I Know How The Devil Spends His Weekends" was included in this Summer Reading issue.

Painkiller Ghosts (2010):

Drowning In Sand (2016):

Portrait of the author as a young dude:

Gardy Loo!Vol. 1, #2 (April 1997):

Marc's short story "Silent, In A Way" and a 4-page comic titled "Satan's A Eunuch" were included. 

drinkin in the apocalypse (2020)

Author photo from Drowning In Sand:

WordWrights!#12 (spring 1998):
Marc's short story "Silent, In A Way" was included on pages 40-42.

Gardy Loo!Vol. 1, #1 (December 1996):
Marc's short stories "It Already Feels Good" and "The Oaf of the Tennis Court" were both included.  That's Marc second-from-right on the cover.

J. Marc Harding

Both DROWNING IN SAND and PAINKILLER GHOSTS are available in print versions and as ebooks on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.

Author photo from Painkiller Ghosts:

drinkin in the apocalypse (2020)