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Mark David Major

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Dr. Mark David Major, AICP, CNU-a is an author, artist, entrepreneur, architect and urban planner with extensive experience in academia, business, real estate, urban planning and design in the USA and Europe. He is a Professor of Urban Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. Mark is also the founder of the architecture and urbanism blog, The Outlaw Urbanist. He is the author and playwright of several fiction and non-fiction titles including: Mars Rising (science fiction), The Persistence of Memory and Other Plays (theatre), Everyday Objects: Collected Poems, 1987-2012 (poetry), An Infinitesimal Abundance of Color and An Excessive Abundance of Curls (children’s books with Layce Boswell), and the Poor Richard series of al ...more

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Mark Major No problem! I haven't really explored the full capabilities of Goodreads yet. :-)


Collette Scott Hi Mark!

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