Books reviewed by Marnie Colton at BookBrowse.

Marnie Colton
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Marnie Colton holds an M.F.A. in creative writing from Emerson College and is in the process of submitting her poems for publication. She has recently participated in local writing workshops at the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Writers' Center in Bethesda, MD. She currently works as an editorial assistant at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institute in Baltimore.

Books reviewed by Marnie Colton

Darwin (10/17/12)
Hemingway's Boat (11/17/11)
Killer Verse (10/19/11)
Selected Poems (11/17/10)
The Ada Poems (10/20/10)
What Becomes (04/07/10)
Love and Summer (10/07/09)
Big Machine (09/23/09)
Wedlock (05/21/09)
Doghead (04/01/09)

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