PODWAL, Mark. American, b. 1945. Genres: Theology/Religion, Illustrations. Career: New York University, NYC, clinical associate professor of dermatology, 1974-. Associate attending physician, Tisch University Hospital and Bellevue Hospital, both 1974-. Artist and illustrator, with work in solo and group exhibitions across the United States; work represented in Metropolitan Museum of Art. Publications: The Decline and Fall of the American Empire, 1971; Let My People Go: A Haggadah, 1972; Freud's da Vinci, 1977; A Book of Hebrew Letters, 1977; Leonardo di Freud, 1982; A Jewish Bestiary, 1985; The Book of Tens, 1994; Golem: A Giant Made of Mud, 1995; The Menorah Story, 1998. Illustrator of works by F. Klagsbrun, E. Wiesel, F. Prose. Contributor of written pieces and illustrations to periodicals in the US and abroad. Address: c/o Georges Borchardt, Georges Borchardt Inc., 136 E 57th St, New York, NY 10022, U.S.A.