Marlene Lee can be described as:
A recent graduate of the MFA Fiction-Writing program at Brooklyn College.
A writer of novels who has found her publisher, Holland House Books and its mystery imprint, Grey Cells Press.
A retired teacher of children’s special education, theory and practice of stenotype, and high school and freshman English.
A retired court reporter.
An unretiring resident of Manhattan and Columbia, Missouri.
A slow but earnest student of Antoine Matondo, official French tutor of the Lakota Coffeehouse in Columbia where she is in nearly permanent residence at a table in back, reading, drinking lattes, and writing sentences that are too long.