Phoebe Marrall

Phoebe Marrall, orphaned at the age of nine, was a survivor of The Depression and a grueling childhood. When she died in 2017 at the age of eighty-four, her daughters Jane Hendrickson and Camille Komine inherited hundreds of her poems. Although they remained unpublished in her lifetime, Marrall’s poetry has since been published in POETiCA REViEW, iacoustic, January Review, and elsewhere. Her debut collection, “Relief, Have You a Name?,” is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press.