"Border/Between: A Symphony in Essays" by Carol D. Marsh

  • "Border/Between: A Symphony in Essays" by Carol D. Marsh

In Border/Between: A Symphony in Essays, Carol D. Marsh writes about death, addictions, and war while also exploring how written form and expression have a counterpart in music. Structured upon the 4-movement symphony and incorporating other forms such as the rock song and the Requiem, Border/Between seeks and finds its place in what lies between the sharp and unforgiving edges of ideology and judgment. In refusing to allow borders to govern her, Marsh is able to bring compassion and hope to what seems irredeemable.


Carol D. Marsh


Carol D. Marsh earned her MFA in Nonfiction from Goucher College in 2014. Since then, her writing has won awards from National Indie Book Awards 2017, Sarton Women’s Book Contest 2018, New Millennium Writings 2016, Under the Gum Tree 2018, Solstice Literary Magazine 2020, and Tucson Festival of Books 2021. Her essays have been published in The Vassar Review, Chautauqua Journal, LA Review Best of the Year 2018, and River Teeth, among others. She’s currently working on a researched memoir about being a highly sensitive person (HSP), in which she weaves stories of her life with science, neurology, genetics, and interviews of a diverse cohort of other HSPs.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carol-d-marsh-79718755/

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Website: caroldmarsh.com

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