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Mark Magrs (born 1973[1]) wrote the short story Christmas Everyday in Short Trips: The Ghosts of Christmas and the Big Finish Iris Wildthyme audio story The Panda Invasion. Mark is the brother of Paul Magrs.

Outside of the DWU, Mark is known for his novel Looking for Atlantis (2009), and his autobiographical work on living with mental illness, Too Much Information (2008). According to his author bio, Mark has worked as a copywriter, a radio producer, a magazine editor and as a secondary school teacher.

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  1. Mark Magrs. Northern Writers Awards. Retrieved on 28 June 2017.

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