Theodore Marquez

Theodore Marquez was near illiterate when he left school after completing the sixth grade.  He studied dictionaries and thesauruses for the first few years of his writing career learning and teaching himself how to read, then finally the art of writing.  His career has spanned over thirty years producing several published novels with others in the works. His novel “Children of The Pentagram” placed third in the National Writers Association Novel Contest of 1994 under the title “Black Christmas.”    His love and passion for writing is the driving force behind this career.  He was born in southern Colorado, one of twenty-four children.  He now resides in the Denver area.