fiction, poetry, spoken work, short stories, and essays Job(s):
Directory, Craig Public Library Online:
thefishingwidow (at) akmarshall.com
Favorite Places in Alaska:
Yellowband Camp, The Bremner Gold Mining District
Amy K. Marshall has been an archaeologist, conservator, curator, archivist, wreck diver, Yukon Quest Sled Dog Race Project Coordinator, musical theater director, piano teacher, bassist in a B52s Tribute Band, small business owner, DJ, line chef, and editor since obtaining a B.A. in Medieval History and an M.A. in Maritime History & Nautical Archaeology. Currently the Director of the Craig Public Library, she was featured in the 2011 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation video series LIBRARIES: A DIGITAL BRIDGE. Selected by the ALA in 2013 for the World Book Night Selection Committee, she is a staunch literacy advocate.
The Fishing Widow (supernatural horror), Alaskan Gothic Press, 2013
A Poem A Day Won't Kill You, But Mine Might Leave You Wounded (Stabs at Poetic Adequacy) (poetry collection), Alaskan Gothic Press, 2013
Please contact me for
readings and editorial services. Audience:
I work with
any audience. Special Interests:
I have a particular interest in capturing Alaska as more than simply a place, writing realistic dialog, writing "fearlessly," young adult writers (over 18 and under 25), female writers, gay writers, beginning writers, people who are beginning to experiment with writing, NaNoWriMo.
Please note: All information in the Directory is provided by the writers listed in it.
Listing last updated: October, 2013