Mark Bromberg lives near Athens, Georgia, a quick ride from the Gratis grocery.

His poetry has appeared online in Levi Asher's Literary Kicks (NYC) and a selection of his poems is in the 10th anniversary issue of Mary Sands Woodbury's Jack magazine (San Francisco). His nonfiction piece "Brother, can you paradigm?" was published online in Drunken Boat #11 in 2010. His poetry has been read on American Public Radio's A Prairie Home Companion.

He has also published in Brick, Off Peachtree magazine, the Atlanta Gazette and many small-press publications in the Southeast. He maintains a reading blog, Bellemeade Books, with an emphasis on contemporary fiction, art and poetry.

Reviews by Mark include:

Dan Fogel
15 West

The Incredible String Band
The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter

Very Early

John Phillips
Andy Warhol Presents "Man on the Moon"

Christopher Smith
Gravedigger's Boy

various artists
The Complete Porgy & Bess

Ghosts of Seattle

Michael Chabon
Gentlemen of the Road

M. Salahuddin Khan

Tim Lebbon
After the War

J.R. Lindermuth
Watch the Hour

J.L. Powers
The Confessional

Kenneth Roberts
The Battle of Cowpens

Thomas Thorpe
Darmon Mysteries #3: The Patriote Proposition

Richard Uhlig
Last Dance at the Frosty Queen

James Warhola
Uncle Andy's Cats

The War