Lynda Gene Rymond is the author of two picture books published by Houghton Mifflin, The Village of Basketeers and Oscar and the Mooncats. She grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, attended Bucks County Community College and received a B.F.A. from the California College of Arts and Crafts, having studied drawing, ceramics, and book arts. Lynda Gene now lives on Goblin Farm with her husband, the painter Charles Browning, where they live with goats, chickens, honeybees, an enormous vegetable and fruit garden, two studios and no television. Her short story “In Moonlight” received an Honorable Mention in a recent Bethlehem Writers Roundtable nationwide competition, and she was a finalist in the Main Street Voices poetry competition. She also leads the “Words Come Easy” drop-in writing workshop weekly at the Haycock Township Community Center.
Type of Writing
women's fiction, novella, magical realism, middle grade, literary, fiction, creative non-fiction, speculative fiction, screenplay/script, fantasy, childrens, young adult, short stories