The Case of Colonel Smith’s Archaeological Findings

  • Kaye Linden
Keywords: literary journals India, online English story publisher, UGC approved journal, High impact factor journal, Peer reviewed literary journal

Abstract

The Case of Colonel Smith’s Archaeological Findings by Kaye Linden

Author Biography

Kaye Linden

Kaye Linden is an RN with an MFA in fiction writing and is currently enrolled in a second MFA program where she will specialize in poetry. She is past editor and short fiction editor of the Bacopa Literary Review, current assistant editor for Soundings Review and short fiction teacher at Santa Fe College in Gainesville. Her forty tale magic realism collection about Australia, "Tales from Ma's Watering Hole," her science fiction novel "Prasanga" and her latest tiny story collection "Ten Thousand Miles from Home" are for sale on all store fronts.

Kaye was nominated for a Pushcart prize in 2011. Her many stories have been published in multiple journals including, but not limited to, The Raven Chronicles, Six Minute Stories, The Linnets Wings, Soundings Review, Bacopa Literary Review, the spring 2012 editions of the Feathered Flounder, Shangri-La Shack and Drunk Monkeys anthology #2.

Published
2015-08-05
How to Cite
Linden, K. “The Case of Colonel Smith’s Archaeological Findings”. Contemporary Literary Review India, Vol. 2, no. 3, Aug. 2015, pp. 15-20, https://www.literaryjournal.in/index.php/clri/article/view/111.
Section
Stories