Mowday, Bruce Edward 1950–

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Mowday, Bruce Edward 1950–

(Bruce Mowday, Bruce E. Mowday)


Born August 11, 1950, in Coatesville, PA; son of Raymond (a printer) and Ruth Mowday.


Office—Mowday Group, Inc., P.O. Box 439, Downingtown, PA 19335. E-mail—[email protected]


Daily Local News, West Chester, PA, reporter and editor, 1974-97; Mowday Group, Inc., Downington, PA, president, 1997—.


Chester County Historical Society (past chair; trustee, 2002—), Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates (president and board member, 1999-2002).


(Under name Bruce Mowday; with Dale Fetzer) Unlikely Allies: Fort Delaware's Prison Community in the Civil War, Stackpole Books (Mechanicsburg, PA), 2000.

Along the Brandywine River, Arcadia Publishing (Charleston, SC), 2001.

(Under name Bruce E. Mowday) September 11, 1777: Washington's Defeat at Brandywine Dooms Philadelphia, White Mane Books (Shippensburg, PA), 2002.

Coatesville, Arcadia Publishing (Charleston, SC), 2003.

Downingtown, Arcadia Publishing (Charleston, SC), 2004.

(Under name Bruce E. Mowday) The Selling of an Author: A Marketing Guide for Writers to Increase Book Sales, White Mane Books (Shippensburg, PA), 2005.

West Chester, Arcadia Publishing (Charleston, SC), 2005.

(Under name Bruce E. Mowday) West Chester: Six Walking Tours, Schiffer Publishing (Atglen, PA), 2006.

Contributing editor, Business 2 Business.


Bruce Edward Mowday told CA: ‘I can trace my writing career and my interest in history to the moment my grandmother gave me a set of newspaper clippings from the Civil War. They were written by my great-great-grandfather. I've spent my professional career writing for newspapers, magazines, and books. I hope my books on history preserve some of our shared heritage. My book on marketing for authors is a look at a process that is not always easy for authors."



Mowday Group Web site, (September 27, 2007).