This is the vanity domain of Martin McClellan. Martin is a writer and a graphic designer. He’s an interaction designer for NBCNews.com working on Breaking News. He writes fiction and non-fiction. He wrote a column for McSweeney’s about typographers. You can read his professional résumé over here. Martin lives in Seattle with his wife Christine and his son Lionel.
Francis Bacon: “As the births of living creatures, at first are ill-shapen, so are all innovations, which are births of time.”
Heather McHugh: “Using a synthesizer to imitate a violin is a waste of an opportunity.”
Martin used to go on and on here about who he is and what he’s done. This time, he’s erring on the side of brevity. If there’s anything you’d like to know, or if you’d just like to reach out, please don’t hesitate: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Martin currently has no pieces of fiction on submission, and no works of poetry or non-fiction. He‘s working on a novel, first draft done in the midst of editing, that is concerned with the adult daughter of a pinup painter in 1955 who is having an identity crises as she turns thirty and starts taking pictures of her father‘s favorite model.