Life may be different than the way we perceive it. In many ways, it should be different.
This is why I write. 

T.E. Mark – Writer / Screenwriter

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T. E. Mark is an Anglo-American Writer, Screenwriter and Violinist from Bath Somerset. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington.

Though best known for his fiction writing, he also pens articles for  DISCOVER, ET Energy and Home Power magazines, and often writes on education issues for major universities.

His full-length novels and shorter Novelettes display his thought-provoking visions of our future and blunt, often sarcastic views of our present state of affairs. His screenplays are strong and compelling and always leave you with questions.

In a recent Author Interview, Mark was asked what advice he would give to new writers? He responded:

  • ‘Write something new. Something entirely your own. And do everything you can to avoid cliches. There’s nothing worse than cliche writing.’

Mark also reads and writes poetry – publishing a selection of his personal favourites at the website titled: The Urban Scratch Project. When asked ‘why’ during a 2018 book signing he offered this response:

  • Ray Bradbury

TE Mark has studied Music, Architecture and English in the United Kingdom and the United States. He’s a member of Writers International, The International Writers’ Guild and he continues to write and teach the violin and viola from his University District cooperative.

Tomas Anastio – Writer/Editor


[Links to Mark’s Website / Blogs]

https://mthomasmark.wordpress.com [Book, Film & Music Reviews]

https://temarkauthor.wordpress.com [Blog: Plot Devices for Sci-Fi Readers & Writers]

https://temarkurbanscratch.wordpress.com [Blog: Current issues presented in verse]

[Contact email]


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