Marjorie Moorhead writes from a river valley, surrounded by mountains and four season change, at the border of NH/VT. She found a voice in poetry after surviving AIDS in its early years and becoming a mother. Much of her work addresses survival, environment, relationship, and appreciation of the everyday. She is the author of the chapbooks Survival: Trees, Tides, Song (Finishing Line Press, 2019) and Survival Part 2: Trees, Birds, Ocean, Bees (Duck Lake Books, 2020). Her poems have appeared in journals including Amethyst Review, Tiny Seed Literary, Moist Poetry Journal, Bloodroot Literary, Sheila-Na-Gig, Porter House Review, Poeming Pigeon, Verse-Virtual, What Rough Beast, and The Poet’s Touchstone. Her poems are included in a number of anthologies, including those that benefit environmental, women’s, Covid first-responder, and refugee aid organizations.
Paperback: 104 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (October 4, 2023)