Marcus Brotherton is a New York Times bestselling author and collaborative writer known for his books with high-profile public figures, humanitarians, inspirational leaders, and military personnel.
He has authored or coauthored more than 25 books and substantively edited more than 35 others.
Marcus’ books include the widely-acclaimed Shifty’s War, We Who Are Alive & Remain, A Company of Heroes, and Feast for Thieves.
Coauthored and collaborative works include books with the elite WWII paratroopers featured in HBO’s Band of Brothers miniseries, the elite WWII Marines featured in HBO’s The Pacific, theologians and ministers Louie Giglio, Ravi Zacharias, Doug Fields, Wayne Cordeiro, Robert Morris, and Francis Chan, quadruple amputee and Afghan combat veteran Travis Mills, Super Bowl winner and first deaf athlete to play offense in the NFL Derrick Coleman Jr., NFL quarterback Colt McCoy, Alabama restaurateur and Civil Rights activist Martha Hawkins, fashion journalist Lauren Scruggs Kennedy, bestselling historian Adam Makos, Bronze Star winner Colonel Susan Luz, international humanitarian Susan Scott Krabacher, and Lt. Buck Compton, who prosecuted Sirhan Sirhan for the murder of Bobby Kennedy.
Marcus is the recipient of a Christy Award for writing excellence, an Editor’s Choice distinction from the Historical Novel Society, and a Christopher Award for literature that “affirms the highest value of the human spirit.”
Born in British Columbia in 1968, Marcus earned a bachelor’s degree in biblical education and journalism from Multnomah University in Portland, Oregon, and a master’s degree in practical theology and writing from Biola University in Los Angeles, where he graduated with high honors.
He lives with his wife and their three children in Washington State.