"Not many on earth who can slide between 
Lou Reed and Erma Bombeck and be 
this consistently funny."
-Poe Ballantine

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Marion Winik

10/8/15: On Fishbowl: When My Mother Became The Freaking Buddha.

10/8/15: On the National Book Critics Circle blog: Second Thoughts on "To The Lighthouse."

10/8/15: On The Nervous Breakdown, an interview with Kate Christensen about her new food/Maine memoir "How To Cook A Moose," and in Newsday, an interview with Judy Chicurel about "If I Knew You Were Going to be This Beautiful, I Never Would Have Let You Go."

9/9/15Five portraits from The Glen Rock of the Dead appeared as poems 67 - 71 at the Poem-a-Day countdown to 35 years of AIDS at the HIV Here and Now website, curated by Michael Broder.

Recent Bohemian Rhapsody columns on Baltimore Fishbowl:

Marion's "Lives" columns for The New York Times Magazine: "Grand Theft Litho" and "A Mother of A Certain Age".

An archive of Marion's commentaries for All Things Considered.

Lots more essays and articles in the links archive and work archive.

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