Mark Stevens Meet and Greet

About Mark:

The son of two librarians, Mark Stevens was raised in Lincoln, Massachusetts. He graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School in the suburbs of Boston and from Principia College in Illinois. He worked as a reporter for The Christian Science Monitor in Boston and Los Angeles; as a City Hall reporter for The Rocky Mountain News in Denver; as a national field producer for The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour (PBS) and as an education reporter for The Denver Post.

​After journalism, he worked in school public relations before starting his own public relations and strategic communications business. He lives in Denver. Mark and his wife have two grown daughters.

Mark is currently president of Rocky Mountain Mystery Writers of America and hosts a regular podcast, The Rocky Mountain Writer, for Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.

 

About MELANCHOLY HOWL:

“Mark Stevens delivers another in his fine series of Colorado-based mysteries. In this, his fifth outing, Stevens tackles the effects, good and bad, brought on by the recent changes in Colorado law governing the cultivation and sale of marijuana. His profound sense of the landscape and his gifted storyteller’s voice shepherd a complex braid of plot lines unerringly among the cast of characters his growing legion of fans have come to love. Stevens writes with a rugged, sometimes spiritual, beauty that clearly rises out of a deep love for the land he now calls home.”

- William Kent Krueger, New York Times best-selling author of Desolation Mountain

 

Event date: 
Saturday, November 24, 2018 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm