Mark H. Massé (www.markmasse.com) is author of three books of literary journalism: Vietnam Warrior Voices (2017), Trauma Journalism: On Deadline in Harm's Way (2011) and Inspired to Serve: Today’s Faith Activists (2004). He has also published three novels: Honor House, 2020; Whatever Comes, 2013; and Delamore’s Dreams, 2013 (2nd ed.), 2005 (1st ed). A freelancer for 40 years, Massé has written for multiple national and international periodicals. In 2012, he won the Excellence in Journalism Award from the American Psychoanalytic Association for “Transformer,” a chapter from his book Trauma Journalism. Massé is a professor emeritus, journalism, Ball State University (BSU), where he taught for 22 years. He has an M.S. (with honors), Journalism, University of Oregon, 1994, and a B.A., Sociology, Miami University (Ohio), 1974.
A contemporary drama about campus sexual assault, fraternity culture and the abuses of a powerful politician and serial predator. Journalist Nick Delamore, long compromised by old loyalties, elusive memories and guilt, searches for answers and atonement.
Vietnam Warrior Voices2017
Trauma Journalism: On Deadline in Harm's Way2011
Inspired to Serve2004
Awards and Recognition
- In 2012, Mark Massé won the Excellence in Journalism Award from the American Psychoanalytic Association for “Transformer,” a chapter from his book TRAUMA JOURNALISM.