Marjorie Saiser is a poet living in Nebraska, and is a member of the Wild Writing Family. She writes poems, first for herself, as a way to connect, to find out how she feels, and as a way to locate herself in the world. From there, the poems come to the people, to us, as a gift, so that we too might make a connection to ourselves. This is the generosity of the artist, the poet.

Interview :: December 21, 2022

Marjorie’s work has been published in American Life in Poetry, Nimrod,,, RHINO, Chattahoochee Review, Poetry East, Poet Lore, and other journals. She earned her Master’s Degree in Creative Writing at UNL and has received the WILLA Award and the High Plains Book Award for her latest book in 2022, The Track the Whales Make.

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