Author Archives: Linda Stewart-Oaten

About Linda Stewart-Oaten

Linda Stewart-Oaten’s fiction and non-fiction have appeared in Kalliope, Eureka Literary Magazine, Barbaric Yawp, The Sun, The Chattahoochee Review, CollectedStories.com, the Santa Barbara Independent, Prime Number, Yellow Medicine Review and elsewhere. She’s a member of the Wiyot Tribe, Table Bluff Reservation in Northern California but lives in Santa Barbara, where she’s working on a novel. More information may be found on her website: http://lindastewart-oaten.com

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I never saw my son.  That wasn’t the way they did things in those days.  But I know he had blue eyes, because his father did and so do I.   I know about genetics because in my senior year of … Continue reading

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