MICHAEL MARX was born in Philadelphia, America’s birthplace of freedom. In high
school he won the Greene County History price (The Pharaoh American History
Trophy) and was a representative to the Pennsylvania Youth Congress. He
received a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Hobart College. He
studied European literature, drama and politics his junior year abroad at Loyola
University of Chicago’s campus in Rome, Italy. He earned a Master of Fine Arts
in filmmaking at New York University. A WAR ENDS won him the Artisan Award from
the Academy of Fine Arts & Friends of Chicago.
Marx is the only author in the world in all time who writes, publishes and
markets his own novels door-to-door. He has been on the CBS Evening News, Today
Show, CNN, US Magazine and many other publications. He is featured in the
1998-1999 “Who’s Who in the Midwest.” The International Biographical Centre of
Cambridge, England, has included Michael Marx’s biography in its 1999 edition of
“Outstanding People of the 20th Century.”
Marx enjoys speaking before clubs, schools and business organizations. If
your group is interested, please contact us.