Marjorie was a writer, a librarian, a teacher, a traveler, a banjo player, a committed advocate for arts and the environment, a tireless worker for peace and justice. Correcting the Landscape won the 2004 Bellwether Prize, which honors socially and politically engaged fiction. She lived in Ester and died in Dec. 2009 of cancer at 56.
(novel), HarperCollins, 2006. Correcting the Landscape
(poetry), Ester Republic Press, 2010. Inside, Outside, Morningside
(novel), Univ. of Michigan Press, 2011. A Spell on the Water
(stories), Univ. of Alaska Press, 2012. The City Beneath the Snow Work Online:
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