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


Marion Winik

5/4/15: My essay collections, GuessworkAugust in Paris and The End of the World As We Know It are now available as audiobooks from Audible, read by Sasha Dunbrooke! Just a couple of bucks each. Listen to samples on Soundcloud.

5/1/15: New on Fishbowl — Our Story Now: How We're Doing Here In Baltimore. On protest, storytelling and my former student, the writer D. Watkins.

5/1/15: Here's my review of the new Ann Packer novel in Newsday.

5/1/15: An interview about two new books I've loved on Martha Frankel's excellent Woodstock Writers Radio. 

3/4/15I was interviewed by David Wilk for Writerscast, an internet radio show — we talk about my Shebooks.

3/4/15: Recent Bohemian Rhapsody columns on Baltimore Fishbowl:

1/14/15: Here's a travel piece I wrote for Newsday on my beloved Austin.

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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Highs in the Low Fifties by Marion Winik

#1 Kindle Bestseller.
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Shebooks by Marion Winik

A short e-book from Shebooks.