Contest Winner Linda Robertson’s Poems

In our final week of posting contest entries from the fall/winter WIR writing contest, we have seven poems by Linda M. Robertson. Our contest judge Sharon Bryan wrote this about selecting these poems as winners: These poems speak in a voice that makes me want to listen to everything it says. They are so well-crafted that … Continue reading
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About Linda M. Robertson

Linda M. Robertson is a graduate of Chatham University’s Low-Residency MFA Program. Her publications include “Letters to Julia: 1898-1899” in a fine print book, The Methow Out My Window, a Methow Conservancy project. Her poems also appear in Visions of Verse, The Methow Naturalist, Mirror Northwest, Wolf Warriors: The National Wolfwatcher Coalition Anthology, Rainshadow Poetry 2016, and various online and print journals. A chapbook, Reply of Leaves, was published by Magic Mountain Press in 2002. Linda lives and writes in the Pacific Northwest and England.

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