Marlene Ekola Gerberick
Finnish North American Literature Association
Biographical Information

Marlene Ekola Gerberick was born and raised in Michigan's Upper Peninsula,
and has lived in New York, Illinois, Colorado, and Maine. She has received
numerous grants in support of and awards in recognition of her work. She
currently lives in Bath, Maine.


Taava Miina: A Series of Poems. Somers, NY: Somerstown Gallery, 1989.

“'In Old Photographs of You' and Six Other Poems.” In Michael Karni and Aili
Jarvenpa, editors,
Sampo the Magic Mill: A Collection of Finnish-American
. Minneapolis, MN: New Rivers Press, 1989.

“Letter to My Grandparents,” “To a Tree Rooted in Granite,” “The Ancient Finn
Far in the North,” “The Swamp Doll,” “Feast Day,” and “The Joining.”
Connecting Souls: Finnish Voices in North America. Varpu Lindström & Börje
Vähämäki, editors. Beaverton, Ontario, Canada: Aspasia Books, 2000.