Mark Kramer writes narrative nonfiction.

Reporting for his book led him around the world. He’s written a variety of articles and essays, including profiles of a wide cast of characters — including Verizon’s CEO, an originating cast member of Hamilton, and a zombie movie make-up guru. He’s reported and written on race, urban nature, economic development, empathy, and religion, among other topics. He teaches creative nonfiction at the University of Pittsburgh.

Contact him if you have a project in mind that you’d like to discuss.


“Mark Kramer is a thoughtful, compelling writer who frames very difficult and complex issues with language and insights that impact thinking and change hearts and minds. I consider his work first rate.”

– Jack Jezreel,
Director of JustFaith