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SUMMARY Waste By Eugene Marten

Scarded From the humble prospect of his station Sloper uncovers ominous possibility in lives he barely brushes Brian Evenson says Only Eugene Marten can keep a reader enthralled with the minutiae of a janitorial existence Precisely and exui. A wonderfully sparse and creepy novel about a janitor There is something uite disturbing about this book and it s not just the um stuff that I won t give away that is overtly disturbing If you can get a hold of this I d recommend reading the book has a kind of self published feel to it with the uality of the print on the cover but look beyond that and read what really should be a book that gets a lot of attention

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Waste By Eugene Marten

Fiction A spare and chilling account of the day to day experience of Sloper a janitor in a big city office building WASTE explores the import of the discarded for those who generate it those who dispose of it and those who are themselves di. i enjoyed this book but im wondering what greg must think of me to have recommended it you know how when patrick mccabe is writing truly sick shit and you enjoy it but you re like man why am i laughing at this its like that but told in this tight prose that still manages to leave so much implicit i liked it but it s definitely not for everyone

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Sitely detailed WASTE is a stark little masterpiece And Dawn Raffel writes Pitch perfect WASTE wastes nothing not a syllable a beat a ragged breath And Sam Lipsyte writes There is nothing uite like the controlled burn of Eugene Marten's pro. Gordon Lish the talented albeit controversial American writer known for heavily editing several of Raymond Carver s short stories has long served as a known singer of Eugene Marten s praises and it was the now 86 year old s glowing reviews that ushered this book forth onto my radar in the first placeIn all I struggle to come up with a measured take on this one WASTE is a difficult book to review in large part because I have never examined anything uite like it The short novel is almost certainly the most disturbing story that I have ever read and admittedly I learned that it was not for me The absurdist horror of the book was overwhelming to grapple with on a recurring basis and the images that Marten conjures up were nothing short of distressing to think through At the same time Marten s narrative sty


10 thoughts on “Waste By Eugene Marten

  1. says:

    i enjoyed this book but im wondering what greg must think of me to have recommended it you know how when patrick mccabe is writing truly sick shit and you enjoy it but you're like man why am i laughing at this?? its like tha

  2. says:

    SynopsisblurbA spare and chilling account of the day to day experience of Sloper a janitor in a big city office building W

  3. says:

    I picked up Waste because of the blurb by Brian Evenson who called it a stark little masterpiece I am a fan of Evenson's fiction his dark imagination and clean sparse writing style Reading Evenson is an experience which slices through flesh straight to the bone I experienced Waste to be of similar uality considering his ringing endorsement; it's not Waste is the story of one day in the life of Sloper a janitor in a huge corporate

  4. says:

    I absolutely loved Waste I'm a sucker for novels about the horror which can reside in large corporate buildings and this bo

  5. says:

    A wonderfully sparse and creepy novel about a janitor There is something uite disturbing about this book and it's not just the um stuff that

  6. says:

    Fifth time through this one I think this time around the experience has intensified to shivers of pure beautiful horror

  7. says:

    I had high expectations for this book A protagonist who is a janitor in a corporate building; strange co workers; foul doings the elements at play in this little volume were interesting different and ripe for modern noir In actual fact the elements that Marten put into play did not work for meI don't want to di

  8. says:

    I have friend call amilcar amilcar is of a sick fuck than me he enjoys watching news when there are big accidents so he can laugh at them amilcar’s idea of a joke is go to Somalia set up a electric fence get a big table fi

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    Gordon Lish the talented albeit controversial American writer known for heavily editing several of Raymond Carver's short stories has long served as a known singer of Eugene Marten's praises and it was the now 86 year old's glowing reviews that ushered this book forth onto my radar in the first placeIn all I struggle to come up with a meas

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    Um Ulp I'm pretty much speechless hereEugene Marten's very short novel is about Sloper a janitor While merrily performing his janitorial tasks one evening Sloper runs across something unusual in the dumpster andwell you probably have some idea where this is going and it's really every bit as EWWWWWW as you think it is Wa