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Marilyn Stablein

Author's Bio

Award winning author of twelve books including Sleeping in Caves: A Himalayan Memoir and a collection of eco-essays Climate of Extremes: Landscape and Imagination. Marilyn teaches workshops in memoir, poetry and short fiction. A frequent performer of her work, she has been writer in residence at colleges, libraries, and literary arts venues. Her work has appeared in over a hundred journals and magazines including The Kyoto Review, The Sun, The Seattle Review, ZYZZYVA, Gargoyle, and the North American Review.

Publications and Prizes

Splitting Hard Ground (La Alameda Press, 2010), Sleeping in Caves (Monkfish, 2003), The Monkey Thief (Shivastan Press, 2003), High in the Himalayas (Exit Press, 2002), Night Travels to Tibet (Shivastan Press, 2001), Vermin: A Bestiary (Reservoir Press, 1997), Climate of Extremes: Landscape & Imagination (Black Heron Press, 1995), The Census Taker (Black Heron Press, 1992), Intrusions in Ice (Wash'n Press, 1988)
Nixon Under the Bodhi Tree: Buddhist Fiction (Wisdom Publications, 2004)
Splitting Hard Ground: Poems won the New Mexico Book Award and the National Federation of Press Women's Award. She received grants and awards from the NY Council on the Arts, Seattle and King County Arts Commissions, two Yaddo residencies, Richard Hugo House, and Southwest Writers.

Marilyn Stablein Resume

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Listing last updated: September 17, 2014

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Listed as:
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer, Poet
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Identifies as:
Norwegian American
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Born in:
Los Angeles, CA
Raised in:
Palo Alto, CA

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