Marjorie Kemper is the winner of the Deep South Writer's Conference Burden Award, an O. Henry Prize Stories 2003, and has been a finalist in the Katherine Anne Porter Fiction Contest. Her short fiction has been published by The Atlantic Monthly and other literary magazines. She lives in Glendale, California.
Until That Good Day
St. Martin's Press
Thomas Dunne Books
Until That Good Day is a stunning debut novel loosely based on the Marjorie Kemper's family history. Set in Louisiana in the 1930's, the story revolves around John Washington, a successful...