Mark Bowden is a well-known American author and journalist. Presently. he works for The Atlantic as a national correspondent. He is also re-knowned for his book, Black Hawk Down: A Tale of Modern Warfare (1999). The book is about a US military raid in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 1993. In addition, he is well-known for his book Killing Pablo: The Search for the World’s Greatest Outlaw (2001).
Mark Bowden Age
Mark Bowden was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America on July 17, 1951. He is 70 years old.
Mark Bowden Height
Mark stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in /1.70m tall.
Mark Bowden Family
Mark was born in St. Louis, Missouri, to his father Richard H., and mother Rita Lois Keane. He has not, however, disclosed any vital information about his loving parents or whether he has any siblings. As a result, his parents and brothers’ location are currently unknown.
Mark Bowden Wife
Mark is happily hitched to his adoring and caring wife Gail McLaughlin. Unfortunately, he has not revealed any significant information about his blessed other half.
Mark Bowden Children
Mark is the proud father of five wonderful children: Benjamin Bowden, Daniel Bowden, B.J. Bowden, Anya Bowden, and Aaron Bowden.
Mark Bowden Education
Mark has a bachelor’s degree. After finishing high school, he attended Loyola University Maryland and graduated in 1973.
Mark Bowden Salary
Mark earns an annual salary of $87,193.
Mark Bowden Net Worth
Mark’s estimated net worth is $7 million.
Mark Bowden Career
Mark is currently employed with The Atlantic. He works as a national correspondent here. From 1979 through 2003, he was a staff writer at The Philadelphia Inquirer. He has also written for Rolling Stone, Business Insider, Air Mail, Sports Illustrated, Men’s Journal, The New Yorker, and Vanity Fair, among others.
He also worked at Loyola University Maryland. Mark worked as a professor there, teaching creative writing and journalism. He was a Distinguished Writer in Residence at the University of Delaware from 2013 to 2017. He has also served as a national correspondent for Atlantic Monthly, where he was based in New York.
He released the book in April of 2019. The Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestseller The Last Stone is the true story of a cold case, a compulsive liar, and five dedicated detectives. It is available on Amazon and other reputable internet retailers.