Marjorie is a storyteller and multi-linguist writing about characters who transcend boundaries of belonging. Her novel, Bitters in the Honey, was a semifinalist in the 2014 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Writing Competition. Her unpublished collection of short stories was longlisted for the 2022 Santa Fe Writers Project Award. See marjorierobertson.com.
Appearances can be deceiving in this short story collection longlisted for the 2022 Santa Fe Writers Project Award. Seeking representation.
The project includes micro essays and photos of things that we love and feel carry meaning.
An exploration of mind-body-spirit experiences from illness, recovery and growth.
French poetry for pleasure and nothing else.
This 75,822-word novel began as a short story after a conversation with a county coroner and was workshopped, well, a lot. I'd like to give it new life with…
Using watercolors to experiment with color combinations to see where it leads.
Multi-voice, coming-of-age novel about loss, guilt, the fierce beauty of nature, and the ambiguity of good and evil.
Travelogues, short thoughts about stories and whatever is on my mind.