Past editor of MetaScience, A New Age Journal on Consciousness, Marc J. Seifer has been featured in The New York Times (Long Island section), Scientific American, Publisher’s Weekly, Technology Review, Who’s Who in the World, The Economist and The Washington Post. With over 70 publications, Dr. Seifer is internationally recognized as an expert on the inventor Nikola Tesla (the subject of his doctoral dissertation). He has lectured at the United Nations, Kings College, Cambridge University, Oxford University, University of Vancouver, City College of New York, Colorado College, Cranbrook Retreat, and West Point.
With a B.S. from the University of Rhode Island, five semesters of graphology at The New School For Social Research in New York, an M.A. from the University of Chicago and Ph.D. from Saybrook Institute, Dr. Seifer is a handwriting expert and he also teaches psychology at Roger Williams University.
Dr. Seifer is also the author of WIZARD: THE LIFE & TIMES OF NIKOLA TESLA. A book that has been called “Definitive” and “Revelatory” by Publisher’s Weekly, “Serious Scholarship” by Scientific American and a “Masterpiece” by Nelson DeMille, WIZARD is “Highly Recommended” by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.