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Author: Linda Norton

Linda Norton is the author of THE PUBLIC GARDEN: POEMS AND HISTORY (Pressed Wafer, 2011), a finalist for a Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and two chapbooks (Hesitation Kit, 2007, and Dark White, 2019). She grew up in Boston, lived in Brooklyn for many years, and moved to California in 1995. Currently a writing consultant to labor organizers and an occasional instructor at San Francisco State University, she has also worked in libraries, bookstores, and publishing houses. She is a 2020 columnist-in-residence for SFMoMA's Open Space. A dual citizen of the US and Ireland, where, in 2014, she received a grant from the US Embassy in Dublin for an exhibition of her collages at the Dock Arts Centre. She lives in Oakland.

The Public Gardens: Poems and History
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The Public Gardens: Poems and History

Pressed Wafer

Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. Introduction by Fanny Howe. THE PUBLIC GARDENS: POEMS AND HISTORY is a memoir of place (Boston, New York, Oakland and San Francisco) and of the commons (gardens, streets, subways, marriage and family, libraries),...

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Wite Out: Love and Work
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Wite Out: Love and Work

Hanging Loose Press

Literary Nonfiction. "With WITE OUT, Linda Norton breaks fresh ground as an autobiographical poememoirist. Combining an exploration of her familial roots, an interrogation and critique of whiteness as lived experience, a diaristic account of relatio...

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