Published in May 2021, by Sand Hill Review Press

Where the Stork Flies, a novel about a modern day feminist whose search for her best life pushes her family away until a pair of unlikely time travelers teach her the meaning of unconditional love.

Published by Pearlsong Press, Off Kilter, a memoir about finding balance when your life doesn’t fit:

Growing up in the 1950s was not Ozzie & Harriet and Father Knows Best for Linda C. Wisniewski. Unlike the characters on her favorite TV shows, Linda learned to be quiet, atone for the sins of others, and just plain suffer as a way of life. Only when she came to terms with her Polish Catholic heritage, her physical deformity, and her widowed mother did she find inner peace and the keys to her own happiness.

Contributor to

Guest blog posts and interviews

Sixty and Me

Writing to Heal: A Personal Journey

Meet the Writer: Linda C. Wisniewski

Life Is a Riddle and a Mystery

A Mother’s Writing Timeline 

Healing and Health Benefits of Memoir

Short stories

Bonnie’s Dream Room, Sledgehammer Lit Magazine, September 4, 2021.

“How to Get a Covid Vaccine,” Pearl S Buck Writing Center Literary Journal, Winter/Spring 2020-2021.

“One April Day,” Neshaminy Magazine, Fall 2019.

“Cold Beer and Great Good,” Better Than Starbucks, March 2019.

Lake in the Woods,” gravel, October 2018.

Personal Essays

“Fresh Off the Boat”, Multiplicity blog, June 25, 2020.

“Class of Rebels,” Panoply Literary Magazine, Summer 2021.

“Write Me Home,” Adelaide Literary Magazine No. 41, October 2020.

“Personal Banking,” The Blue Nib, November 2019.

They Call Themselves Indians,” Little Rose Magazine, August 23, 2019.

Making It Through the Loneliness On a Solo Writer’s Retreat,” Brevity nonfiction blog, December 4, 2018.

“Brownie’s Lunch,” Inklette, April 2, 2016.

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