Linda Trinh writes non-fiction and fiction and lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Through her writing, she is exploring spirituality through the lens of her Vietnamese heritage, Buddhist upbringing, love of world mythologies, and travel to sacred spaces around the globe. She has published a creative non-fiction piece, Incense and Ancestors, in Prairie Fire’s 40th anniversary summer 2018 Volume 39, no. 2 issue. She has published Sacred Hands in the Same literary journal. This piece was nominated for the Pushcart Prize and was included in the Same’s first print anthology. Linda has studied with published authors in writing programs and courses at Humber College, Athabasca College, the University of British Columbia and the Manitoba Writers’ Guild. She is currently working on her first book, a work of creative non-fiction. Find her blog lindatrinhblog.wordpress.com.