Erotic and sad, a logue of girls: broken-hearted, cruel and grieving - a celebration of love and naughty women... ~ Erin Cressida Wilson (Erin Cressida Wilson wrote the screenplays for the films Secretary and Fur, and co-wrote The Erotica Project with Lillian Anne Slugocki.) Marc Zegans is a poet, playwright and author. His current work explores waking dreams and the experience of human fragility in the post-industrial landscape. His spoken word Album Night Work was released by Philistine Records in August 2007. In February 2007 Marc premiered a performance piece entitled Women, Waking, Danger: An Experiment in Combination with multi-media artist Aki Onda. He also recently completed, the manuscript for Pillow Talk: A Collection of Erotic Haiku to be released by G-Spot press. Presently, Marc is presently completing a book of poems entitled, Danger and Abandon. In 2005 he began the "Question Book Project" which circulates hand-made books throughout the world inviting individuals to add an ever-growing web of questions to their pages. Noted graphic artist and foam-board engineer, Eric Edelman is developing nesting structures for the question books, so that they may grow in physical depth and complexity as they expand in content. At the request of Gabrielle Senza, Marc created a giant question book that invited artists to respond to a series of questions about abuse as part of the Storefront Artists sponsored, RADALDA installation project in Pittsfield Massachusetts. Marc's poetry appeared in broadside as part of "The Art of Self and Recovery" a 2007 exhibition in Great Barrington Massachusetts sponsored by the Elizabeth Freeman Center. His play Mum and Shah was the Boston Globe "Pick of the Week."