Non-Fiction
Year
Title
A Continent of Islands: Searching for the Caribbean Destiny.
Hardback, Addison-Wesley. 1992. Paperback available from Perseus.
A Chosen Few: The Resurrection of European Jewry
Hardback, Addison-Wesley, 1995. Reissued in Paperback, with a new introduction and, discussion between the author and Philip Gourevitch, Ballantine, 2002.
Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World.
Hardback, Walker, 1997. Paperback, Penguin, 1998.
The Basque History of the World
Hardback, Walker, 1999. Paperback, Penguin, 2001.
Salt: A World History.
Hardback, Walker, 2002. Paperback 2003.
Non-Violence: Twenty-five Lessons from the History of a Dangerous Idea.
Forward by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Hardback, Modern Library, 2006.
Hank Greenberg: The Hero Who Didn't Want To Be One
Yale University Press, March 2011
Frozen in Time: Clarence Birdseye's Outrageous Idea About Frozen Food
Delacorte Books for Young Readers; Simultaneously available in a hardcover and trade paperback edition. Each edition includes an 8-page black-and-white photo insert.
Paper: Paging Through History
Hardback, W. W. Norton & Company, May 17th 2016 Kindle Version, May 16th 2016
Havana: A subtropical delirum
Hardback, Bloomsbury USA, March 7th 2017 Kindle Version, March 7th 2017
Fiction
Year
Title
The White Man in the Tree and other stories
Washington Square Press, 2000.
Battle Fatigue
Bloomsbury, October 2011
Anthologies
Year
Title
Translation
Year
Title
Children & Teens
Year
Title
The Cod's Tale
G. P. Putnam ‘s Sons, 2001. Illustrated by S. D. Schindler.
The Girl Who Swam to Euskadi
The Center for Basque Studies, 2005, available through University of Nevada Press. Illustrated by the author.
The Story of Salt
G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2006 Illustrated by S. D. Schindler.
Battle Fatigue
Bloomsbury, October 2011
Frozen in Time: Clarence Birdseye's Outrageous Idea About Frozen Food
Delacorte Books for Young Readers; Simultaneously available in a hardcover and trade paperback edition. Each edition includes an 8-page black-and-white photo insert.
Introductions
Mark has had the good fortune to write introductions to these exceptional books.
Year
Title
The Oysters of Locmariaquer: By Eleanor Clark
Harperperenial Modern Classic
German Autumn: By Stig Dagerman
University of Minnesota Press
Stories in Fiction Anthologies
Year
Title
Haiti Noir: “The Leopard of Ti Morne”
Edited by Edwidge Danticat
In Non-Fiction Collections
Year
Title
1997
The Reader's Companion to Cuba: “The babalawo and the bird”
Edited by Alan Ryan (Harcourt Brace)
2000
Best Food Writing 2000: “The Reluctant Gourmet”
Edited by Holly Hughes (Balliett & Fitzgerald)
2000
The Ultimate Journey: Inspiring Stories of Living and Dying-Edited by James O'Reilly, Sean O'Reilly, Richard Sterling - ”Post card from death”
Travellers Tales
2004
Solo: Writers on Pilgrimage - “The Key to the Church”
Edited by Katherine Govier McClelland & Stewart
2010
A Moveable Feast: Life-changing Food Adventures Around the World - “Adrift in French Guiana”
Edited by Don George Lonely Planet
2011
Man With a Pan: “Confessions of a Foodiephobiac”
Edited by John Donohue Algonquin Books
2011
The Recipe Project by One Ring Zero: “Raw Peach” Recipe and “Bach, fake rock, and color clashing vegetables” Interview
Black Balloon Publishing