Constance Lindgreen writes short stories, novels, and poetry.
She left her native United States over 30 years ago, and has lived in England, Denmark, and France.
A confirmed expat, she is passably fluent in Danish and French, capable of dramatic statements in Italian, and can order ice cream in Russian.
She treasures Tolstoy, Turgenev, Willa Cather, Edith Wharton, Shakespeare, Anton Chekov, Trollope, Proust, Henry James, Junichiro Tanizaki, and Homer. And many others.
Publications and Recognition:
2015: "A Restaurant in Venice" - Runner-Up International Club of Bordeaux competition.
2016: "A Case in Point,"- Gascony Writers 2016 Anthology. Special Mention in the 2017 Pushcart Prize XLII. ,
2017: Blue Fountain, Crossroads Writers Club anthology: short stories.
Silver Medal and Judges Pick prizes in Lost!, the 2017 Creative Writing Institute themed Anthology.
2019: Kaleidoscope, Short works from the Crossroads Writers Club of Fontainebleau: short stories and poems.
Destins Croisés/Intertwined Destinies - Montigny sur Loing et les Américains. (English translation)
Work in progress:
Danish Hospitality (working title)
Short Story collection