Linda Sultanoff is a freelance writer and former editor who enjoys taking a light-hearted look at the world. This national poetry award winner writes humorous verse and amusing essays about life — including the engaging adventures of raising kids and the dubious charms of getting older. Her work has appeared in The Baltimore Sun, Capper’s, Light Quarterly, and a wide variety of magazines and newspapers. Her first poem was published in a local newspaper when she was eight-years-old. She’s improved greatly since then. Mother of two, Linda writes from suburban Washington, D.C.