Takes readers on a courageous journey of navigation and discovery. Read Charting the Lost Continent knowing you can follow its map to find a way to love this fleeting life.
— Miriam Pederson, Emeritus Professor of English, Author of This Brief Light
Charting the Lost Continent: Poetry and Other Discoveries
January 2020 (Rainbow River Press)
Like any truly absorbing book that cannot be put down, I read it halfway through and promised myself I would save the rest for the evening's dessert. I was so charmed, not only by the poet's thoughts and her gentle humor which so often resonated, but by the distinct cadence I felt while reading Charting the Lost Continent.
— JoAnne Olian, Curator Emerita, Museum of the City of New York and author of more than a dozen books on the art of fashion history including Victorian and Edwardian Fashions from La Mode Illustrée, and Authentic French Fashions of the Twenties.
Explorer at Heart
Linda Albert is an internationally published award-winning poet, essayist, and former theater director. A certified Jungian Archetypal Pattern Analyst and communication coach with a Master Certification in Neurolinguistics, Linda’s poetry is influenced by her interest and academic training in those areas as well as by the changing roles of contemporary women and her personal joys, struggles, and insights. Linda's awards include the Olivet and Dyer-Ives Foundation Poetry Prizes and the Atlanta Review’s International Merit Award for poetry. She is a 2021 recipient of the Florida Authors and Publishers Association President's Book Awards gold medal for her poetry collection, Charting the Lost Continent.
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Linda Albert, Sarasota, Florida
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