Linda Paulson Adams lives in the San Fransisco Bay area with her husband and their six children. She was born in Baltimore, Maryland, attended high school in Hollister, California, and graduated from BYU in 1990.
Example of work can be found on page 29 of the June 1999 issue of Irreantum.
AA (English) from Brigham Young University (1990)
She writes fiction, drama, and poetry. As a full-time Mom of six children, she work on her craft late at night or when she really should be sorting socks. Her first novel, _Prodigal Journey_ (Cornerstone Publishing), won Cornerstone's Fiction Book of the Year Award 2000. Recent magazine credits include Lynx Eye and Irreantum, and she was a featured speaker at the AML Writers' Conference in November 2002. Her story, "First," won an AML Honorable Mention in the field of Short Fiction.