Mark T. Conard

Mark T. Conard earned his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Temple University in Philadelphia, and is now Associate Professor of Philosophy at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City. He’s the author of the suspense novels, Dark as Night, and Killer’s Coda. In addition to writing fiction, he’s the co-editor of The Simpsons and Philosophy (2001), and Woody Allen and Philosophy (2004), both published by Open Court Press; and is editor of The Philosophy of Film Noir (2006), The Philosophy of Neo-Noir (2006), The Philosophy of Martin Scorsese (2007), The Philosophy of the Coen Brothers (2008),and The Philosophy of Spike Lee (2013), all published by The University Press of Kentucky.

Stories by Mark T. Conard