Linda Aksomitis

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Linda Aksomitis
BornLinda Demyen
(1954-08-07) 7 August 1954 (age 64)
Pen nameSunflower Sue
Nationality Canada

Linda Aksomitis, née Linda Demyen (born 7 August 1954) is a Canadian author specialising in children's and travel literature, as well as nonfiction about the history of the snowmobile. She is a former president of the Saskatchewan Writer's Guild.

After a career that spanned more than 35+ paying jobs, Aksomitis now works as a full-time writer and writing instructor.[1] She is also a photojournalist, and schoolteacher in Canada.

Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, during her early teens, she wrote poetry under the pseudonym Sunflower Sue as occasionally published in The Western Producer magazine.

Aksomitis lives in Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • L is for Land of Living Skies: A Saskatchewan Alphabet, Sleeping Bear Press, 2010; illustrated by Lorna Bennett[2] ISBN 978-1-58536-490-9
  • Longhorns and Outlaws. Coteau Books, 2008. ISBN 1-55050-378-2
  • Adeline's Dream. Coteau Books, 2005. ISBN 1-55050-323-5
  • Backroad Mapbook: Southern Saskatchewan. Mussio Ventures, 2005. ISBN 1-894556-65-8
  • Backroad mapbook: Nova Scotia. Mussio Ventures, 2005. ISBN 1-894556-83-6
  • Illustrated Guide to Snowmobile Racing. Iconografix, 2006. ISBN 1-58388-170-0
  • Snowmobile Adventures: The Incredible Canadian Success Story from Bombardier to the Villeneuves. Altitude, 2006. ISBN 1-55153-954-3
  • Teacher's Guide for Snowmobile Challenge and Amazing Stories: Snowmobile Adventures. Altitude, 2006. ISBN 0-9734387-1-1


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