Lynda writes about people, places and subjects that catch her imagination. From 2001 until her retirement in 2010 she worked as both a public school teacher and freelance writer. Her reviews, essays and feature stories have appeared in Arc Poetry Magazine; Books in Canada; Brix: Where people, wine and travel mix; The Globe and Mail, Kyoto Journal: Perspectives from Asia; The Vancouver Sun (and its affiliates) as well as Word Works. In 2010 “Pure Wool” Lynda’s creative non-fiction entry in the CBC Literary Awards Competition made it to the list of finalists.
In addition, Lynda’s work has been placed in several anthologies: The Wild Weathers, a gathering of love poems; Arc Poetry Annual 2010: The absolute best of ‘How Poems Work’, A Verse Map of Vancouver and Half in the Sun: Anthology of Mennonite Writing.
Lynda is an experienced writer with wide-ranging interests. She not only adapts well to requirements of different genres and editors, but also responds promptly and creatively to her clients’ needs.