Mark Doyon is an American author and recording artist.
He wrote the short-story collection Bonneville Stories and edited the literary magazine Friction. His work has been featured in PopMatters, The Washington Post, The Daily Vault, Hybrid, Skope, The Absinthe Literary Review, 3AM Magazine, Riffraf, and many other publications.
He received a B.A. in English from the College of William and Mary and a master’s in arts administration from the Shenandoah Conservatory.
He also writes and records music as Arms of Kismet. Called “an instinctual envelope-pusher” by The Daily Vault, he mixes themes of reality and escape with catchy koans. He produces outré music as Waterslide and released seven albums formatively as Wampeters.
As founder of the arts label Wampus, he represents original books and music, including retrospectives of the lives and work of Warren Zevon, Lou Reed, and Jonathan Richman.