Mark Fullmer (Philippines 2010-2012) is currently serving as a teacher of English language fluency in one of the largest batches of Peace Corps Volunteers assigned to the Philippines. Prior to service, Mark lived across the United States, finding employ as a construction worker, musician, nightwatchman, hotel receptionist, and college writing instructor. He is the author of the poetry collection, Tweet, Tweet: a mysticotelegraphic fistbump panegyric to the American open road odyssey [Mutual Respect Books 2009], a story collection, On the Beautiful Sea [CreateSpace 2008], and a novel, 1337: A Game Novel [Facebook 2010], which details the great American subculture of videogaming. His writing and music can be found at markfullmer.com.
About Mark Fullmer
About Peace Corps in the 21st Century
Currently serving as an English teacher in the Philippines (2010-2012), Mark Fullmer is documenting the changing face of the Peace Corps, and of the Philippines, in our digital era. His articles are driven by this question: how is new media and the internet shaping the life and work of Volunteers and the people they live and work with?
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