Linda Wright

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in Springfield, Massachusetts, The United States



Nancy Mairs

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March 2011


Linda Wright is a member of the Tallahassee Writers Association. She was one of the editors and contributors to Life Lessons: Writings from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at The Florida State University, published in 2010.
She is a retired librarian, having worked for one school library, four public libraries, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
Her short stories have been published in O Canada: 101 Heartwarming and Inspiring Stories by and for Canadians/ Chicken Soup for the Soul and Persimmon Tree, An Online Magazine of the Arts by Women Over Sixty.
Her interests include mindfulness meditation, adoption of shelter animals, and knitting. She and her spouse, the Rev. Ms. Robin Gray, live in Florida.

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