Marta's literary and cultural roots trace back to a remote fishing village in Alaska's Tongass National Forest, where she began writing for regional publications to pass the time during the long winters. She wrote about everything from how to season smoked salmon caviar to survival strategies in the event of an unexpected black bear attack. Her work has appeared in the Anchorage Daily News, the Ketchikan Daily News, and the Juneau Empire.
Marta specializes in writing about food, wine, gardening, grizzly and black bear encounters, wild-crafting, salmon seining, and totemic art. She has completed many travel articles for cruise publications and has written extensively about urban farming. Marta is also a classically trained chef who frequently writes culinary-themed articles with a focus on Pacific Northwest and First Nations traditions.
Marta currently spends her time between a tousled old property in the grasslands surrounding Oregon's Strawberry Mountain Range, the city of Ashland, Oregon, and an island located deep in the Tongass National Forest in Southeast Alaska's Alexander Archipelago.
Marta has been active in wild salmon preservation for over twenty years. She is also involved in domestic animal rescue and has a soft spot for misplaced wolf hybrids, although she shares her current home with a happy little Pomeranian named Sammy who chases elk every chance he gets.
Other interests include growing culinary herbs, writing flash fiction on the porch, crafting garden mosaics from thrift-store china, and carving designs into red salmon fillets with a sharp knife.
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