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Mark Sullivan

Mark Sullivan is a principal writer and founder of Manhattan Literary. He also runs the day to day operations here. Mark was born in Manhattan and educated abroad and then at Columbia University, where he received an undergraduate degree in Comparative Literature. Afterwards, he studied Italian Literature at Columbia ‘s Graduate School of the Arts and Sciences. He then went on to study classical music composition at The Juilliard School, in Manhattan, before he entered what was to become an extensive career in American book publishing.

Mark has 20 years in the field and is a prolific writer and co-author of various books with prominent publishers.{Click}

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He also has a long standing relationship as the principal literary editor for Frank Camper, helping build Camper’s extensive book list from 1987-present. Their work is ongoing.

Frank Camper

Franklin Jefferson Camper, co-director of Manhattan Literary, is a publishing phenomenon. Frank is the consummate writing professional with 15 books to his credit, mainly in the espionage, psychology, and military genres — both fiction and non-fiction. His New York publisher is Dell. He is also a frequent guest speaker at MENSA. See Frank’s book list online, at his personal website:{Click}

William P. Lazarus

William P. Lazarus is an independent, senior writer working with ML. He holds an ABD in American Studies from Case Western Reserve University, a Master’s in journalism/sociology from Kent State, and a B.A. in journalism/English from Kent State. He has taught at Yale, Case Western Reserve, and other elite schools. Lazarus also worked for years as a journalist and is a Nascar / ISC car-racing specialist, in addition to being a published authority on the history of the monotheistic religions. Bill is truly a Renaissance man and a ghost writer for hire with broad ability.{Click}{Click}