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The journalistic career of Mark Voger began in the living room of Muhammad Ali, who Mark interviewed for The Holy Rosary School Times in 1971, when he was in the seventh grade — Mark, that is, not Ali.

Mark Voger as Barnabas Collins on Halloween 1968, when Voger was 10.

As Barnabas Collins on Halloween 1968.

Mark writes about entertainment topics and designs for print and online. At The Star-Ledger, he was the home video critic for five years. Before that, he was a longtime writer/designer for the Asbury Park Press.

Mark has written and designed six books for Raleigh-based TwoMorrows Publishing:

“Britmania: The British Invasion of the Sixties in Pop Culture”

“Holly Jolly: Celebrating Christmas Past in Pop Culture”

“Groovy: When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture”

“Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze in America 1957-1972”

“The Dark Age: Grim, Great & Gimmicky Post-Modern Comics”

“Hero Gets Girl! The Life and Art of Kurt Schaffenberger”

He lives in Monmouth County, NJ.

Contact Mark by email via MarkVoger(“at” symbol)gmail.com
or by clicking HERE.