Author: Linda Quennec

Linda Quennec is a writer, traveller, and PhD student in Depth Psychology. An island-dweller at heart, she took inspiration for her novel FISHING FOR BIRDS from the natural beauty of Coastal British Columbia and the fascinating Isla de la Juventud (formerly Isla de PiƱos) where her German grandmother was raised. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Naropa University, and is a graduate of The Writers' Studio at Simon Fraser University and The Humber School of Writing. Her work has appeared in Quills Canadian Poetry, 3Elements Review, Cirque, Emerge, and DoveTales literary journals. She lives with her husband and twin daughters just outside Vancouver, British Columbia.

Fishing for Birds
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Fishing for Birds

Inanna Publications

Fiction. Women's Studies. Winner of the 2019 Best Book Awards (American Book Fest) for Women's Fiction. Kate, a somewhat clumsy widow of thirty-two, flees her stifling hometown on Vancouver Island to live alone on an even smaller island in the Salis...

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