Nebraska Authors

Margaret Lukas

AKA: Margie

Places Lived

Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Fiction


Fiction; Short Stories; Historical Novels


BFA, Writer's Workshop, 2004, University of Nebraska-Omaha
MFA, Rainier Writer's Workshop, Tacoma, Washington



Places Worked

University of Nebraska-Omaha


Nebraska Arts Council Individual Artist Scholarship
Cannes Film Festival premiere, 2005, The Yellow Bird


Farthest House. 2014.
River People. 2019.
The Broken Statue. 2021.

Works published in Nebraskaland Magazine

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