Marlis Wesseler's first collection of short stories, Life Skills (Coteau Books, 1992), was a finalist for both the Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award and the 1993 Regina City Book Award. Imitating Art was published by Coteau in 1994 and Elvis Unplugged was published by Oberon in 1998. Wesseler's stories have appeared in Grain and NeWest Review, as well as anthologies such as The Old Dance (Coteau Books, 1986), Out of Place (Coteau Books, 1991) and Lodestone (Fifth House Publishers, 1992). She makes her home in Regina.
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