Linda Cooper

Linda Cooper lives in Seattle, Washington, where she teaches middle school Language Arts. She completed her MFA at Eastern Washington University and her poems have been published in Hayden’s Ferry Review, West Branch, Many Mountains Moving, Willow Springs, Third Coast, Los Angeles Review, Hubub, Elixir, Diner, Midwest Quarterly Review, Weber Studies, Redactions, The Far Field, Verse Daily, Railtown Almanac and Rock and Sling. Recently, she won the 2015 Orlando Prize for Poetry.


Mythos by Linda Cooper

    One ancient night, blue-black across a lazy stalk of horizon, a moon was kidnapped and replaced with a plate—clink— like a milk bottle on a stoop. This story is an infant in a cradle of glass. I haven’t begun to tell you about the gilded warriors who turn […]