Joshua J. Mark, free-lance writer, philosophy professor, writing tutor, historian
Joshua J. Mark is a freelance writer and editor who has lived in Greece and Germany and presently lives in upstate New York, USA, with his family. His non-fiction appears regularly on Ancient History Encyclopedia, where he is also a co-founder and editor, focusing primarily on Mesopotamia and Egypt (though he has also written on other civilizations). His published fiction includes `When There Were Trees' through Writes for All Magazine, `Black Rose' through Infective Ink, `Asking for Life' through Hudson Valley Halloween Magazine, and `After the Funeral' through Five Stop Story as well as other short fiction through print and on-line. He is a past contributor to both Ancient Planet Online Journal, writing on Mesopotamia, and Celtic Guide Magazine writing on Scotland. Mark teaches English and Philosophy part-time at Marist College where he is also a tutor in the Writing Center.