Marni Berger holds an MFA in writing from Columbia University and a BA in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic. She has taught writing at Manhattanville College and Columbia University and tutored middle, high school and college students in writing and executive functioning skills in Maine and New York City beginning in 2009.
Marni’s most recent short story appeared at Matador Review in July 2018. Her fiction has been a finalist or received honorable mention in seven Glimmer Train contests and one New Millennium Writings contest, while her short story “Waterside” appeared in Issue 96 of Glimmer Train. Her work has also appeared at The Common, The Days of Yore, The Millions, and Fringe Magazine. Marni has new essays forthcoming in Lotus Eater, COG, Cold Creek Review, and The Critical Flame. And her novel-in-progress, Love Will Make You Invincible, is a dark comedy about a precocious tween, who — in refusing to believe his long-lost father committed suicide — becomes convinced that his father is a citizen of a secret underwater village in Pittsburgh; the boy voyages to find him.