MAD BLOOD

Lynda La Rocca

Lynda La Rocca is free lance writer and part time teaching assistant in the Spanish/ESL laboratory at the Timberline Campus of Colorado Mountain College in Leadville, Colorado.  Her nonfiction, articles, essays, and fiction have appeared in The Denver Post, The Pueblo

Chieftain, American West Magazine, Woman's World,  Delta Sky, Old West, The Chicago Tribune, and Highlights for Children. Her poetry has been published in state and national poet society anthologies and in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Quarterly, Frogpond (Haiku Society of America), Colorado Central Magazine, U.S.Catholic, and Children's Playmate. She has published three chapbooks, In the Shortness of My Days, with New Spirit Press; The Stillness Between, with Pudding House Publications; and Spiral, with Liquid Light Press. Since 2004, she has been a member of the River City Nomads, a group of Colorado poets that has performed in various venues throughout the state. Lynda lives in Twin Lakes, Colorado, with her husband, writer Steve Voynik, their dog Luz, and an ornate box turtle named SunSpot.