Marge Cutter (Margaret Cutter Tesch) is a (mumble mumble mumble) year old who has had freelance articles published in local, regional and national publications, mostly in the field of equine sports, a lifetime ago, under the names Margaret Mead Cutter, and Margaret Cutter. Marge has also had some magazine fiction published, also a lifetime ago, under the name Margaret Mead Cutter and the pen name Pearl Meadows.

Marge Cutter is currently an aspiring author, who has completed one children’s picture book (under her pen name, Pearl Meadows) and the first two books of a YA fantasy series (under the name Marge Cutter), all currently unpublished. She is working diligently at finding agents and publishers for these manuscripts, and completing book three in the envisioned seven-book series.

When not writing or annoying agents and publishers in her quest to join the ranks of published authors, Marge loves to take long nature hikes and photograph birds and wildlife; read; watch old movies and vintage TV shows with her husband, Miles; watch and photograph Miles’ grandsons as they participate in school and sporting events; and keep in touch with friends and family on Facebook.

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10 thoughts on “About Me – Marge Cutter (Margaret Cutter Tesch)

  1. Greetings, we have just “crossed paths” on Facebook about the pronunciation of words. Curious to know a bit about the only one (so far) who has agreed with me (thank you), I peeked at your FB page and it has led me here. I love the way you are writing this blog…quite imaginative, if you don’t mind the pun.
    So, thanks again for the support, and feel free to stop by one of my two (the third has been retired) blogs if you feel like it.
    Ceitidh.

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    1. Hi, Kate! So glad you stopped by to “check me out” – I will drop by your blogs as well. Glad to give you the support on pronunciation. And so glad you find my blog imaginative! A lot of people don’t get it, but I have fun with it.
      Marge

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