Lynn is the author of three collections of poetry: The Bridge That Carries the Road (Brick Books, 1999); Where Sound Pools (Goose Lane Editions, 2005); How the gods pour tea (Goose Lane Editions, 2013). Her first book was short-listed for a Governor General’s Award and the Gerald Lampert Award. Her poems have been featured on CBC radio and translated into French and Spanish. Lynn’s poems and stories for children have appeared in anthologies and magazines.

Lynn grew up in Riverview and Newcastle, New Brunswick, Canada. After graduating from the University of King’s College with a B.A. (Honours: English), she began writing as a freelancer for Atlantic Insight, Eastern Woods and Waters, Arts Atlantic, and Canadian Geographic. Under the name of ReadWell Tutoring, she worked as a private reading tutor. Lynn has taught English as a Second Language at the Multicultural Centre. She's also taught creative writing at the University of New Brunswick, the Maritime Writers' Workshop, and enjoyed running a monthly Writers' Circle at Westminster Books. Lynn has designed and taught classes on creative writing and book making for children at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and in the local schools. Currently she lives in Fredericton with her companion Dave Macfarlane where she writes poems, reviews, and essays. In her spare time she reads, reads, reads and folds boxes of frogs.