Linda K. Schmitmeyer is an award-winning author and features editor who wrote a bi-weekly newspaper column about raising kids with her car-centric husband. Now she’s the author of Rambler: A family pushes through the fog of mental illness, which is being released by Artists’ Orchard in Fall 2018. An essay based on her family’s experience appears in “Writing Away the Stigma,” published in 2014 by InFact Books. A former senior director of news at the University of Pittsburgh, Linda is an adjunct writing instructor at Point Park University and a freelance writer for university alumni magazines. She’s currently writing a series for Carnegie Mellon’s School of Computer Science on how artificial intelligence is being used to tackle global issues.
Type of Writing
non-fiction, articles, NF: essay, NF: memoir, creative non-fiction, NF: Professional mags/journals, newspapers, magazines, action/adventure