New Blog on my life's little oddities:
Non-fiction and fantasy author, artist,and researcher of the strange, I specialize in anomalous creatures, particularly bipedal canids, which some like to call werewolves. Personally I think the term is a bit too sensational and dated. And no, I don't believe any of them are already on My Space; the ones I study possess no apparent humanity.
My free time is usually spent reading, making art or walking, and I collect 50s/60s metal dollhouses, werewolf toys and statues, and all types of books. I am represented as a commercial artist by Tom Stocki of Elm Grove's Art Factory, http://www.artfactoryltd.com
My websites are
My books lean to the macabre; "The Poison Widow, A True Story of Sin, Strychnine and Murder," "The Beast of Bray Road, Tailing Wisconsin's Werewolf," "Hunting the American Werewolf," "Weird Michigan" and "Weird Wisconsin." "Strange Wisconsin, More Badger State Weirdness" won a bronze medal in the 2008 Independent Publishers Best Books Awards. New are "Werewolves," "Lake and Sea Monsters" "mythical Creatures" (Chelsea House) and "Strange Michigan," and also two unpublished YA fantasy novels.
I am happily married to the guy who stood in front of me in the Milton 4-H choir when we were ten years old, and we have two grown sons. Once in a while we still recite the 4-H pledge just for kicks...I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, my health to better living, for my club, my community and my country...
Check out my t-shirt store at http://www.cafepress.com/lindagodfrey
Who I'd like to meet:
Michael Chabon, are you reading this?
Everyone on Twitter; please follow me @lindasgodfrey