Marian Blue ’08 (Seattle, Cert.) has published many books, including Interpretative Guide to Western-Northwest Weather Forecasts (2018); Artie Kane: Music to My Years–Life and Love Between the Notes as told to Marian Blue and JoAnn Kane (2017); How Many Words for Rain; Sea of Voices, Isle of Story; and Southeast Writers Handbook. Forthcoming is her published interview with Donald Hall, which will be included in Conversations with Donald Hall from University Press of Mississippi.
Marian Blue ’08 (Antioch University Seattle, Communications) recently had her book Sailing off the Hook published by Cyberwit Publishing. This collection of twenty short stories involves characters who abandon traditional methods of making decisions, developing relationships, enjoying life, and discovering the magic in life. “These short stories, not about sailing, cover decades of writing that has appeared in a variety of magazines and anthologies,” says Blue. “Most reflect my continued interest in magic realism and fantasy.” Blue’s award-winning writing (journalism, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry) has appeared internationally for 45 years. She’s published in newspapers, magazines, and books/anthologies (including her own