Editor Biography - Marco Manfre
Name: Marco Manfre
Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, New York
City University of New York, Manhattan, New York
Sixth-Year Certificate in Educational
Administration and Supervision
College of Staten Island, New York, New York
Teaching and Editing Experience: 47 Years
Marco Manfre was born and raised in New York City. He taught in the New York City school system from September of 1968 until June of 2004.
During those years he also worked as a freelance editor and writer. He has edited documents written by undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, administrators,
psychologists, doctors, attorneys, corporate executives, and writers. His areas of special interest include history, psychology, technology, education, comparative
religion, philosophy, and the arts. His poetry, short fiction, and essays have been published in scholarly journals.
Mr. Manfre is an avid reader. He enjoys reading serious fiction, biographies, and history. He reads The New York Times, Newsweek,
and Time Magazine.
- A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens
- Cold Mountain, by Charles Frazier
- The Life of Pi, by Yann Martel
- The Known World, by Edward P. Jones
- John Adams, by David McCullough
- The World is Flat, by Thomas Friedman
- The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini
- Undaunted Courage, by Stephen Ambrose