Marion Starling Boyer

Marion Starling Boyer is a poet and essayist with three published poetry collections: The Clock of the Long Now (Mayapple Press) and two chapbooks, Green (Finishing Line Press) and Composing the Rain (Grayson Books). Her fourth book, The Sea Was Never Far, was released May 2019 by Main Street Rag.

Marion Starling Boyer is a poet and essayist with three published poetry collections: The Clock of the Long Now (Mayapple Press) and two chapbooks, Green (Finishing Line Press) and Composing the Rain (Grayson Books). Her fourth book, The Sea Was Never Far, was released May 2019 by Main Street Rag.

A professor emeritus of Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Boyer has served on the executive board for Kalamazoo’s Poetry Festival and the planning committee for Lit Youngstown’s Fall Literary Festival. Boyer has led workshops for Lit Cleveland, Lit Youngstown, and Wisconsin’s Washington Island Literary Conference. Boyer’s work has been nominated for a Pushcart, the Lenore Marshall Award, and the “Best of the Net.” Her essays have been published by Great Lakes Review, Paddler Magazine, The Tishman Review, Canoe and Kayak and others. She lives in Twinsburg, Ohio.

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