Writing is like driving at night in the fog. You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way. —E.L. Doctorow
Have you ever felt “in a fog” about your writing? When you are facing that daunting blank page, have you ever been lost? Do you even know your destination? Do you recognize when something you’ve written “gets there?”
Linda Back McKay can help you bring your writing to the next level.
As a seasoned teaching artist, Linda works with writers and poets of all ages, in person and online. She leads a variety of classes at the Loft Literary Center at Open Book in Minneapolis, MN and elsewhere.
Linda offers one-on-one coaching and editing for poetry and prose writers at any stage. She edits both manuscripts and individual pieces.
She is available as a speaker and discussion facilitator and is happy to arrange readings, book signings, interviews and other appearances.
Her books include Out Of The Shadows: Stories of Adoption and Reunion (nonfiction, 2012 North Star Press), The Next Best Thing (poetry, 2011, Nodin Press), The Cockeyed Precision of Time (poetry, 2007, White Space Press), Ride That Full Tilt Boogie (poetry, 2001, North Star Press) and Shadow Mothers: Stories of Adoption and Reunion (nonfiction, 1998, North Star Press).