Mark Oprea is a writer from
Cleveland, Ohio, USA.
He's contributed to
NPR, TIME, Narratively, the Pacific Standard, the
Los Angeles Review of Books, and has been featured in The Week, Reader's Digest and Longreads. He's a Kiplinger Fellow at Ohio University, an SJN LEDE Fellow and a PEN America grant recipient.
He's written about
Mexico's most dangerous volcano, YouTube predator hunters, 2019's Great Flood, and a PhD drag queen's come-up. His story on Cleveland's exploitative housing market won two Ohio Press Club awards. He practices narrative solutions journalism across the Midwest. He's reported from Italy and Mexico.
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