Mark Evans is an award-winning author and a journalist with the Irish Examiner.
Mrs God: Trinity (2016)
“unputdownable, a thoroughly enjoyable read”
“if you have a penchant for medieval fantasy, thrillers and sci-fi, this is pretty much the motherload”
“a roller coaster ride darting between the past, present and future”
“immensely enjoyable novel with great storytelling, a compelling plot”
Mrs God (2013)
“rich characters, sensational battle scenes”
“epic fantasy thriller”
“action-packed yet emotionally engaging”
” kept me hanging on to the edge of my seat”
“you’ll adore Mrs God from start to finish”
“couldn’t put it down, yet didn’t want it to finish”
Inquizition (2007) – published by Mercier Press.
You Have It All Backwards (2015) – debuted as part of a theatrical show to raise funds and awareness for the European refugee crisis. Performed at various locations including the Everyman Theatre, Cork, and Smock Alley, Dublin.
Reverse Psychology (2013) – part of the widely acclaimed horror anthology Disconnected, which ran at the Cork Arts Theatre.
The Light Keepers (2013) – shortlisted for Cork Arts Theatre One-Act Playwright Awards and produced. Directed by Noelle Clarke. Winner of two awards, Best Production and Best Actor, for Eugene McCarthy (Prom).
73 Seconds (2012) – shortlisted Cork Arts Theatre One-Act Playwright Awards.
Fade to Black (2011) – shortlisted Cork Arts Theatre One-Act Playwright Awards. Winner of Best Actor award.
Oblivion (1999) – shortlisted Cork Arts Theatre One-Act Playwright Awards.