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Mark David Major is the author of several titles – fiction and nonfiction, literature, poetry and plays – including Mars Rising (science fiction) and The Persistence of Memory and other plays.


Mark’s latest titles – Poor Richard, An Almanac for Architects and Planners (I & II) – are a testament to his 20 years’ experience and professional background as an architect and urban planner. Mark is currently Vice President, Business & Planning at Starr Sanford Design and Chief Operating Officer of Starr Style. He is also the founder of the architecture and urbanism blog, The Outlaw Urbanist.

And if that is not enough creativity for one person, Mark is also a talented artist. You can view his work on his website.


Mark graduated from the Clemson University in South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts in Design and a Bachelor of Arts in History. He lived, studied and worked in London for eight years and graduated from the University of London with a Master of Science in Architecture. While there, he also earned a Certificate in Education for Teachers of Architecture and Doctorate of Philosophy in Architecture.


Mark’s writing has been published in academia, professional journals, newspapers, and poetry magazines for over twenty years. His poem ‘Purchased Inertia’ appeared in the February 2011 issue of The View From Here Magazine. His poems have also appeared in the anthologies On the Wings of PegasusPatterns of LifeVisionsWhispers, and the German e-journal, Poems Niederngasse. He is a member of the Poetry Society of America and the Association of Independent Authors.


You can connect with Mark on his website, on Facebook, LinkedIn, Goodreads and Twitter. His titles are available at all major online retailers including Amazon.com and the iBooks Store.

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