Marilyn Stablein

9405 NE Hancock Drive
Portland, OR 97220

Author's Bio

Marilyn teaches workshops in memoir, poetry, short fiction and artist books. A frequent performer of her work, she has been writer in residence at colleges, libraries, and literary arts venues in Greece, Canada, Ireland, Mexico, Nepal and the US.

Publications and Prizes

Climate of Extremes: Landscape & Imagination
(Black Heron Press, 1995)
, High in the Himalayas
(Exit Press, 2002)
, Intrusions in Ice
(Wash'n Press, 1988)
, More Night Travels to Tibet
(Shivastan Press, 2011)
, Night Travels to Tibet
(Shivastan Press, 2001)
, Sleeping in Caves
(Monkfish, 2003)
, Splitting Hard Ground
(La Alameda Press, 2010)
, The Census Taker
(Black Heron Press, 1992)
, The Monkey Thief
(Shivastan Press, 2003)
, Vermin: A Bestiary
(Reservoir Press, 1997)
(Black Heron Press, 1995)
, Make It True: Poetry from Cascadia
(Leaf Press, 2015)
, Nixon Under the Bodhi Tree: Buddhist Fiction
(Wisdom Publications, 2004)
, The Truth About the Territory: Contemporary Nonfiction from the Northwest
(Owl Creek Press, 1990)
Crazyhorse, Gargoyle Magazine, Kyoto Journal, Malpais Review, Mississippi Review, Pilgrimage, Rattle, Santa Clara Review, Santa Fe Literary Review, Seattle Review, Windfall A Journal of Poetry of Place, ZYZZYVA
Prizes Won: 
New Mexico Book Award (Splitting Hard Ground), National Federation of Press Womens' Book Award (Splitting Hard Ground), King County Publication Award (The Census Taker Travelers Tales), NY Council on the Arts (Ireland residency), Yaddo Artist Colony residencies, Southwest Writers Awards

More Information

Listed as: 
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer, Poet
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Identifies as: 
European American
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Born in: 
Los Angeles
Raised in: 
Palo Alto, CA
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Last updated: Jan 02, 2017