has been knocking around the professional theater/literary world directing, writing and producing for three decades. He’s received writing awards in California, Texas, Mississippi, New York City and beautiful downtown Newark.
Mark has won a playwriting award from the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities. He’s been close to getting a play done by the Manhattan Theatre Club so many times, they send him Christmas cards saying they miss rejecting him. He’s been married twice, but he still hasn’t given up on the esteemed institution. He says it’s like water skiing: every time you fall down, you learn one more thing not to do next time.
Mark’s favorite thing about writing novels is that when he’s done, he doesn’t have to argue with a lighting designer. He currently teaches young cowboys and Indians (the locals hate to be called Native Americans) theater and creative writing in Oklahoma.
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