Ginger Murchinson

Ginger Murchison started writing poetry after a thirty-one-year teaching career. She earned her MFA from Warren Wilson College and, together with Thomas Lux, helped found POETRY at TECH at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she served as associate director for five years and as one of its Visiting McEver Chairs in Poetry. She serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of The Frost Place, is a member of the conference faculty for the Palm Beach Poetry Festival, and is Editor in Chief of the acclaimed Cortland Review. She has two grown children, Arienne and Jason, and lives with her husband Clyde Mynatt in Ft. Myers, Florida.





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a scrap of linen, a bone by Ginger Murchison

A Tom Lombardo Poetry Selection

ISBN 978-1-941209-33-2

9 X 6 paperback, 82 pages

Cover image by Dawn Surratt

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