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MARILYN DORF

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MARILYN DORF grew up near Albion, Nebraska, on the farm her great grandparents homesteaded. An only child, she spent much time reading and exploring nature. Her poetry and other writing has appeared in various publications, including Kansas Quarterly, Willow Review, Mankato Poetry Review, Whole Notes, Bitterroot, Elkhorn Review, Nebraska Territory, Plainsongs, Nostalgia, Northeast, Potpourri, The Christian Science Monitor, Nebraska Life, 100 Words, Bison Poems, Plainsong Review, and the anthologies Times of Sorrow/Times of Grace and Crazy Woman Creek. She received third prize in the First Annual Bess Streeter Aldrich Short Story competition, and is the author of four chapbooks: A Tribute to Buttons — A Beautiful Friend (1985), Windmills Walk the Night (1992), Of Hoopoes and Hummingbirds (1998), and This Red Hill (Juniper Press, 2003). She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with her cat, dog, computer, and a houseful of books.



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