Linda Courtland's short fiction has appeared in the 2008 Momaya Annual Review; the 2008 and 2009 Ultra-Short competition editions of The Binnacle; Volume 4 of Shroud Magazine; a humourous anthology entitled People of Few Words; the 2009 edition of Buffalo Carp; and Six Sentences, Volumes One and Two.
Linda has been invited to read her work at San Francisco’s 2008 and 2009 Soul-Making Literary Prize Awards, and she won second place in WOW! + W.W. Norton’s winter 2008 flash fiction contest, judged by literary agent, Kristin Nelson.
Her flash fiction has appeared in numerous online publications as well. "Somewhere to Turn" is her first collection of stories.
An abridged flash fiction collection featuring telemarketing dolphins, voyeuristic cell phones, a potentially amorous GPS unit, and a blow-up doll with a troubled past. These 34 cell-phone-sized stories provide a quick fiction fix for today's busy reader.