Norma West Linder

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Norma West Linder

 

Norma West Linder was born in Toronto, spent her childhood on Manitoulin Island, and teenage years in Muskoka. She is a member of The Writers’Union of Canada, The Ontario Poetry Society, WITS (Writers International Through Sarnia)and Past President of the Sarnia Branch of the Canadian Authors Assoc. Linder is the author of 5 novels, 12 collec-tions of poetry, a memoir of Manitoulin Island, a children’s book, and a biography of Pauline McGibbon. For 24 years she was on the faculty of Lambton College in Sarnia, teaching English and Creative Writing. For 7 years she wrote a monthly column for the Sarnia Observer. He short stories have been published internationally and broadcast on the CBC. Her poetry has been published in Fiddlehead, White Wall Review, Room of One’s Own, Quills, Toward the Light, Prairie Journal, FreeFall Magazine, Mobius, and other periodicals. In 2006 she compiled and edited Enchanted Crossroads for The Ontario Poetry Society. Her latest publications are collections of poems entitled When Angels Weep, Lovely as a Tree, and Adder’s Tongues. A collection of her short stories was released in August of 2013, entitled No Common Thread, published by Hidden Brook Press. In 2014, Two Paths Through the Seasons, a poetry book featuring Linder and James Deahl was published in Israel. Linder has two daughters and a son.

 

 

Norma West Linder

Norma West Linder