Hello. Thanks for visiting. On this site you can learn more about my writings (mostly poetry and plays) and theatre work (directing, design and a bit of acting). There’s info on books I’ve published, sample writings, photos of set designs, notes on directing, and a really moody, brooding, noirish photo of me.
Anyway, here’s a bit more about me:
Marc Beaudin is a poet, playwright, director, designer, editor and bookseller. His poetry has been published in various journals and collected in several chapbooks as well as the full-length The Moon Cracks Open: A Field Guide to the Birds and Other Poems. A handful of his plays have been produced in various venues. He has directed and/or designed over 30 plays. Originally from Michigan, he now lives in Livingston, Montana where he is co-owner of Elk River Books, edits poetry for CounterPunch and performs with Remington Streamliner. Select audio of his poetry in performance can be found on his ReverbNation page.
Special thanks to Woody Guthrie for letting me borrow his phrase that he painted on his guitar. The banner above shows it typed on my Remington Streamliner, a gift from my grandmother. Here’s a version on my Underwood …