About Marjorie Saiser
Marjorie Saiser was named Distinguished Artist in Poetry by the Nebraska Arts Council in 2009. Her books are Bones of a Very Fine Hand (1999) and Lost In Seward County (2001), both from The Backwaters Press, and also a chapbook, Moving On, from Lone Willow Press (2002). Her awards include the Nebraska Literary Heritage Award, the Nebraska Book Award, the Leo Love Award, The Vreelands Award, and an award from the Academy of American Poets. Saiser’s poems have been published in Prairie Schooner, Georgia Review, Crab Orchard Review, Cream City Review, Field, and Smartish Pace. She is co-editor of Times of Sorrow/Times of Grace, an anthology of writing by women of the Great Plains, and co-editor of Road Trip, a book featuring interviews of a dozen Nebraska writers. Her web site is www.poetmarge.com. She and her husband, Don, live in Lincoln, Nebraska.