Prose writer, university teacher and journalist. (1)
In 2009, his anti-utopian novel "Paranoia" (Паранойя) written in Russian was released, drawing a great deal of the media attention as its sale was prohibited and it was withdrawn from the bookshops. The plot of the story develops at the background of Minsk – monitored by the omnipotent Ministry for State Security. The main character is a writer – Anatoliy who undergoes a personal crisis and publishes his works in "tamizdat".
Nowadays, Martsinovich is one of the "stars" of the internet literary and journalistic community. In 2011 – 2013, he published two other novels: "Cold South" (Сцюдзёны вырай) and Sphagnum (Сфагнум). In his novels, he actively uses elements of mass literature, considered by critics a post-modernist "game with a popular context".