Mark Grabowski writes a monthly column on current events that's nationally syndicated. In 2015, he won 1st Place from the Press Club of Long Island for best commentary.
In addition, Mark's writing has been published in books, textbooks, academic journals, magazines and foreign publications. He’s currently writing a book on internet law that’s due out in 2017.
Previously, he worked as a journalist for six years for large newspapers and popular websites. He has covered the suburbs for the Providence Journal, manned the night cops beat for the Arizona Republic, served as state capital bureau chief for a Pennsylvania newspaper chain, tracked Congress for a wire service, and penned a column for AOL News. His award-winning, investigative reporting ultimately led to a corrupt town administrator being convicted.
His freelance articles have appeared in the USA Today, Boston Globe, Newsday, Philadelphia Inquirer, San Diego Union-Tribune, Sacramento Bee, South China Morning Post, Prague Post, Congressional Quarterly and other publications. He's also produced radio reports for KYW Newsradio 1060 in Philadelphia.