Marco Buscaglia


Marco Buscaglia began writing stories in 1976 when he was a second-grade student at St. Constance School in Chicago, penning – pencilling, actually – "The Bicentennial Nightmare," a 141-word piece of historical fiction that was praised for its sparse narration, realistic dialogue and flawless use of the lowercase "b." Since 1991, Marco has been paid small and large but mostly small sums of money to write about people, jobs, ideas, issues, products and services. He also writes about himself, usually for free and not in the third person.