Lynn's Musings

From a Deep Well

Some Things About Lynn

Lynn Eckerle is the author the novel, Wild Irish Rose (see blog page for an excerpt) .She is a recipient of the Harriet R. Stolorow Award for Fiction given at Jackson College in Jackson, Michigan.  Her short story, One Night at Ehin’s was published in the University of Maine’s literary magazine, The Binnacle in the spring of 2015 and her short story John’s Keys was published in the winter of 2020 by Kent State University in their literary magazine The Listening Eye.  She writes The Recipe Exchange, a weekly column for several newspapers throughout the Great Lakes Region  She has published four cookbooks:  Farmhouse Cooking, Country Cooking Country Breads and Country Cakes, Pies and Desserts.  Several of her essays, articles and short stories have been featured in The Binnacle, The Listening Eye, Woods-n-Water, The Outdoorsman Monthly, Ultra Magazine, Farmland News and other publications.

Ms. Eckerle is also an award winning fine-arts photographer.  She is a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography.  Her art has been featured at the W. G. Thompson House Museum and Gardens, Ella Sharp Museum, Art 634 and other venues.  Check out some of her art on the Photo Gallery Page.


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  1. Ken

    WOW!! Hi, Lynn… enjoyed the read and loved the pictures from your Detroit visit, some great art going on there!


  2. Barney

    Lynn, I found the track in the Walk in the Woods article puzzling. Looked more like a pole basket mark than an animal track. Nice article.

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