Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Linda Lee Crosfield

When she’s not creating hand-made books, Linda Lee Crosfield writes poetry and prose in Castlegar, BC. Her writing appears in The Fed Anthology: Brand New Fiction and Poetry from the Federation of BC Writers (edited by Susan Musgrave, Anvil Press 2003), Room of One’s Own, Word Works, Horsefly, Words Journal, The Nelson Quarterly, and Turning Points. In 2004 she published Ways to Get to Here, a chapbook of selected poems, through her imprint, NIB Publishing (NIB is an acronym for nose-in-book, where hers can usually be found). She is one of four writers who collaborated on The Noslen Enigma, a serialized satirical sci-fi soap opera romance, online from September 1998 to September 1999, and she helped record it for broadcast on Kootenay Co-op Radio. Her son, Jesse, is the single child of a single mother, now 23, and a father himself. Somehow, he knows what to do.

Contributions
Date Title Section
Mar 2, 2005 Wiping Bums Poetry
Jan 25, 2005 Packing the Car Poetry