Susan Marsh lives in Jackson, Wyoming. Her work has appeared in numerous journals, including Orion, North American Review, and Fourth Genre, and anthologies. Her books include The Wild Wyoming Range, her award-winning novel War Creek, A Hunger for High Country, Cache Creek-A Trailside Guide to Jackson Hole's Backyard Wilderness, and Saving the Hoback (co-written with Florence Shepard), which won the 2016-17 Wallace Stegner Prize.
Awards and Recognition
- Saving Wyoming's Hoback won the 2016-17 Wallace Stegner Prize.
- War Creek won the 2014-15 May Sarton Award for Contemporary Fiction.
- Wyoming Arts Council Neltje Blanchan Award 2003