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Letters to Amelia


I am so delighted to announce that my epistolary novel, Letters to Amelia is now out in the world! Letter writing + Amelia Earhart + grief + love + Newfoundland + Saskatchewan + planes + libraries!

Letters to Amelia is available for purchase through Book*hug (here!) and wherever books are sold.

At your local indie bookstore and at:
Good Reads

The audiobook, read by Emily Nixon, is available now at AudibleScribdBook*hug, and your local library.

“Letters to Amelia invites us to hold our heroines close and to take heart – it is gentle and joyous, full of tenderness, alive and sturdy with hope.”

-Anne Michaels, author of Fugitive Pieces and The Winter Vault


Zier-Vogel’s imagined lovers’ correspondence connects the real Earhart not only to a broken-hearted library tech but also to us and our landscape, bringing to life this singular woman’s brave, soaring spirit.
— The Toronto Star

This could be the surprise debut novel of the year
— NOW magazine

An understated literary work with a historical underpinning, Letters to Amelia celebrates singular desires and pays homage to intimacy in the face of social scrutiny.
— Foreword Reviews

Letters to Amelia: Lindsay Zier-Vogel’s debut novel features an aviation pioneer – and U of T
— University of Toronto Alumni  and University of Toronto News

An engaging story full of thoughtfully drawn characters and lively dialogue…a wonderfully readable book.”
—Anne Thériault, Quill & Quire

[A] multi-dimensional account of the life of a woman who remains not only a feminist icon but a figure of undefined mystique. I’m sure Amelia herself would be pleased.
— Miramachi Reader

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