Number 10 on Small Press Distribution's July/August 2019 Bestseller List!
"Sharp, visceral storytelling from Linda Quennec, a confident new voice in Canadian novel-writing"
--Sarah Sheard, author of Krank and Almost Japanese
"As beautiful as the mirrored reflection on a still lake, this novel of love, loss, and loneliness will pull you in from the very start. A tour de force of eloquent prose that is equal parts tranquil and gentle, powerful and compelling. As stories within stories unfold, layers of perfectly imperfect lives are revealed. Fishing for Birds is a sensual exploration of the human need for storytelling as we try to make sense of being alive and then, how we continue onwards, when nothing is straightforward."
--Lisa de Nikolits, author of No Fury Like That and Rotten Peaches
IN THE PRESS
Linda holds an MFA in creative writing from Naropa University, and an MA in Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute. She is also a graduate of The Writers' Studio at Simon Fraser University and The Humber School of Writing. Her work has appeared in Quills Canadian Poetry, 3Elements Review, Cirque, Emerge, and DoveTales literary journals. She lives with her family just outside Vancouver, British Columbia.
Photo by Yasmeen Strang