Linda Boroff graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in English and currently lives and works in Silicon Valley. Her suspense novella, The Remnant, was published in June 2020. A collection of linked short stories, All I Can Take of You, was published in August 2020 by Adelaide Press. Her fiction and non-fiction appear in McSweeney’s, Gawker, The Guardian, All the Sins, Epoch, Cimarron Review, Parhelion, Crack the Spine, Writing Disorder, The Piltdown Review, Eclectica, 5:21 Magazine, Thoughtful Dog, The Satirist, Fleas on the Dog, Hollywood Dementia, Sundress, In Posse Review, Adelaide Magazine, Word Riot, Ducts Magazine, Blunderbuss Magazine, Storyglossia, The Furious Gazelle, The Pedestal Magazine, Eyeshot, JONAH Magazine, The Boiler, In Posse Review, Bound Off (podcast), Fiction Attic Press Anthology, Black Denim Lit, Stirring, Drunk Monkeys, Fictive Dream, and Lifelines, the literary journal of the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Linda's story in Able Muse, was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her memoir, “What’s So Funny? A Love Story” won first prize in a national competition. Her short story “Light Fingers” and its script adaptation are currently under option to director Brad Furman and Sony. She wrote the feature film, Murder in Fashion.