Linda Crosfield lives in Ootischenia, at the confluence of the Columbia and Kootenay Rivers in South East British Columbia where she writes poetry and produces handmade books and chapbooks through her micro-press, Nose in Book Publishing.

She studied creative writing at the Kootenay School of Arts in Nelson, BC. Her writing has been published in Canada, New Zealand, the U.K. and the U.S.A. Her work appears in several literary magazines and anthologies. She has seven chapbooks: Ways to Get to Here; Generation Dance; Etiquette; What’s Best for Us; Rodeo Nights; Lost in Pátzcuaro and A Walk in the Mangrove.