Bart Davis is the author of ten novels, five non-fiction books, two feature films, and a wide range of print articles. He is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science and Stony Brook University and holds a BA in English and a Master of Social Work (MSW).
Bart’s books have been published internationally, and translated into Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Norwegian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, German, Dutch, Portuguese, British, Spanish, and Korean. His novels include the five-book Peter MacKenzie series and the bestselling A CONSPIRACY OF EAGLES. His tenth novel, THE MIDNIGHT PARTNER was a Literary Guild Alternate Selection and a Doubleday Book Club selection. He collaborated with Madison Square Garden’s official photographer on the non-fiction SHOOTING STARS, foreword by Senator Bill Bradley. (Simon & Schuster ‘92).
Bart’s most recently co-authored Black and White—The Way I See It, the autobiography of Richard Williams, father of Venus and Serena Williams, released by Atria Books/Simon & Schuster, 6 May 2014. Publisher’s Weekly called it: “Inspiring and tough-minded...above all a celebration of one man’s resilient, unorthodox spirit. Upfront and unapologetic."
Bart’s screenwriting credits include the feature film FULL FATHOM FIVE adapted from his novel; and the feature film LOVE OR MONEY which he co-wrote and associate-produced. Bart has also written for the New York Times and NEWSDAY, and his work has appeared in “Psychology Today” and “People” magazine.
Bart has also produced jazz concerts in Europe. He presented the legendary Herbie Mann during MIDEM ’03 in Cannes, France, as well as Marcus Johnson, and the Prix Victoire winners. He also produced the Opening Night Concert of the 2003 Cannes Film Festival.
Bart is a member of the Author’s Guild, and is represented by Mr. Robert Gottlieb, chairman of the Trident Media Group in New York. Bart lives with his family in New York.
All of Bart's books are now available as E-Books.