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Linda E. Clarke
Linda Clarke is a writer and performance
storyteller. For more than 30 years, her work
has been wide-ranging and includes teaching,
writing and performing. She is particularly
passionate about the personal story and its
many roles for the individual and for the
Linda has held positions as Artist-in-Residence
in both Canada and the United States.
In Linda’s workshops the focus is on hearing
and developing the storytelling voice of the
participants. She is skilled in working with a
diversity of groups including youth, the elderly,
veterans and community groups who are
interested in exploring their stories.
As a writer as well as a storyteller, Linda specializes in telling stories she has
crafted herself. She has performed in numerous venues including theatre,
storytelling festivals and CBC Radio One. In addition, her stories have appeared
in a variety of publications.
Linda has worked in film and video documentary production.
Below are some links to samples of Linda’s work:
Clarke, Linda E., “July in London: How I Remember It.” Cargo Literary, Issue 8. December 2016
Clarke, Linda E. “Raining Today.” HA&L (Hamilton Arts and Letters), Issue eight.2, 2015.
Clarke, Linda E. “Nana.” Understorey Magazine. Winter 2016.
Clarke, Linda E. “Hanging Out the Wash.” Understorey Magazine. Winter 2014.
Clarke, Linda E. “View from the Shore: The Battle of the Atlantic.” The Chronicle Herald
Newspaper. May 4, 2013.