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She has written a historical novel, Intrepid Journey, about a family in the 1850's travelling on a paddle wheel steamship from New York crossing the Atlantic Ocean via the South America route to their final destination, the rugged Pacific Northwest.
This project was interrupted when she came across two letters written by her now deceased father when he was on the battlefront in World War II.
It's been translated into Italian, and recently optioned for film by Kristen Wiig (SNL, Bridesmaids).
Her other books include The Stud Book and her most recent, The Folly of Loving Life: Stories. Tod Marshall, a poet and professor at Gonzaga University, is serving as the poet laureate from 2016-2018.