Marnie Gellhorn is a former overseas correspondent. She has covered stories from all over the world, but most often in areas of conflict, like Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. She has dedicated her career to putting a human face to the geopolitics of our international policies.
As a frequent contributor to AP outlets, often the only byline you will have seen is Associated Press. But if you’ve read enough of her work, you can almost hear her soft gravelly voice in the stories.
The Barons of Memphis is her first foray into fiction and was inspired by her love for her adopted hometown. She and her constant companion, Henri Arthur George split their time between Memphis and Sonoma as she continues to work as a travel writer.