Mark Robert Bowden (II) is an accomplished American writer. Bowden has been a staff writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer since 1979. He is a winner of numerous awards, and has received major international recognition after his book Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War, which was turned into a film by Ridley Scott in 2001.
Black Hawk Down: A Story of Modern War (2001)
Bringing the Heat: A Pro Football Team's Quest for Glory, Fame, Immortality, and a Bigger Piece of the Action
Killing Pablo (2004)
Black Hawk Down (2001)
Essence of Combat: Making 'Black Hawk Down', The (2003) (video)
Money for Nothing (1993) (based on his article The Joey Coyle Story)
Killing Pablo (2005) in production
True Story of Blackhawk Down, The (2003) (TV)
True Story of Killing Pablo, The (2002) (TV)
Feature writing award from Sunday Magazine Editors Association, 1987, for "Finder's Keeper's"
Finalist, best newspaper writing, American Society Newspaper Editors, 1979, for "Life in the Projects"
Science writing award from American Association for Advancement of Science, 1980