Hallelujah Voices (Aldrich Press, 2012)
Sunglow & A Tuft of Nottingham Lace (Red Berry Editions, 2011)
Northbound Single-Lane (Finishing Line Press, 2010)
In 1974, Marsha graduated with a Bachelor's in Arts & Sciences, English with High Honors, at the University of Florida, Gainesville. At this time, she was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. From 1987-91, Marsha taught in a tenure-track capacity at Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, VA. While attending Asbury Theological Seminary for four years, Marsha taught half-time at Asbury College in Wilmore, KY. After graduating with a Master of Divinity in 1995, Marsha served one year as an Associate Pastor in a United Methodist Church in Chattanooga, and then for four years as the Director of a Wesley Foundation, serving as a campus minister for the University of Virginia's College at Wise and for Mountain Empire Community College in Big Stone Gap, VA. While living in Wise County, VA, Marsha also taught English as an adjunct at both colleges. For one year, Marsha served as Ordained Pastor of two churches in Coeburn, VA. In 2001, Marsha accepted a teaching position at Dalton State College where she serves as Associate Professor of English. Marsha is a nationally recognized poet and a novelist. She is a mother of two daughters and a grandmother. Her travels include Mexico, Cayman Islands, Honduras, Belize, Israel, Italy, France, England, and Scotland.