Born in 1950 in Olympia, Washington, Mark Sargent moved to Oregon to attend Mt. Angel College. In Portland, he founded the Impossibilists, a Dada publication/performance group, and the jazz poetry band Defenestration. In 1990, he moved with wife and son Alekos to the mountains of southern Greece, where he has remained, writing poetry, fiction, screen and theater plays while caring for an olive orchard. Books include Out Loud, Stelae Stories, Crisis: Letters from Greece, Pagan Favors, and The Li Ho Reflux Tour. Films include Behold and Wall.
The Antidote to Hubris: On Mark Sargent’s “Fool on the Hill”
Luke Cassidy talks to writer Mark Sargent and reviews his new novel, "Fool on the Hill."...