I first read Linda’s work in the 1970s, and found her style evocative and deceptively simple. She was a remarkable woman, and fearlessly tackled such difficult issues as sexual abuse (Secrets Keep) and the Mark Hoffman case (Salamandar). She was also a fine poet and a kind, generous person. To say she will be missed is so much an understatement as to be ridiculous. I thank God for Linda, for her good life, and the ways her talent has furthered the path of Mormon literature. Please feel free to add your reflections on Linda’s life and literature.