Lynn Cline is the author of Literary Pilgrims: The Santa Fe and Taos Writers’ Colonies, 1917-1950, published in Spring 2007 by the University of New Mexico Press.
She also is the author of two editions of Romantic Days and Nights in Santa Fe, an illustrated travel guide published in two editions (1998 and 2000) by Globe Pequot Press.
Lynn has written about literature, fine art, performing art, film, music, New Mexico history, travel and food for a host of publications, including The New York Times, Ploughshares, A Literary Journal, Sunset, Publisher’s Weekly, Women’s Health & Fitness, Bon Appetit, Film & Video Quarterly, New Mexico Magazine, The Santa Fean, and Santa Fe Trend.
She’s won awards from the New Mexico Women’s Press Association and is a noted speaker about New Mexico history around the country.
She holds a master’s degree from Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English; a bachelor’s degree in English, Communications and French from the University of Vermont; and holds undergraduate credits from the Sorbonne Université in Paris.
Lynn Cline speaks fluent French and Italian, is an amateur photographer, a classically-trained pianist, flutist and guitarist, and a professional singer of and performer of classical and contemporary music, including original songs.
Romantic Santa Fe (2017)