Linda Kenyon

LINDA KENYON is writer of short fiction and creative non-fiction. She lives on a 43-foot sailboat with her husband Chris Hatton and has sailed across the Atlantic Ocean and back. Linda worked as a communications professional at the University of Waterloo before retiring to sail and write full time.

Stories about her sailing adventures appear regularly in Grand Magazine, the premiere lifestyle magazine in the Waterloo Region. Her short stories have been published in Canadian literary journals, including The New Quarterly, Room of One’s Own, and Canadian Fiction Magazine and included in the Norton anthology of short Canadian fiction Reading/Writing Canada. She has published two books of flash fiction – You Are Here (Trout Lily Press) and This is a love song, sort of (Stonegarden Studios) – and one nonfiction book, Rainforest Bird Rescue: Changing the future for endangered wildlife (Firefly Books) which won a Science in Society Journalism Award from the Canadian Science Writers Association. Her newest book is a sailing memoir entitled, Sea Over Bow.

Linda's Website

Sea Over Bow (Signature Editions, 2018)
This is a love song, sort of (Stonegarden Studios, 2010)
Rainforest Bird Rescue (Firefly Books, 2006)
You Are Here (Trout Lily Press, 1996)