"As a girl, I listened to my mother’s stories about her year in quarantine as a 19-year-old TB patient in St. Paul in the mid-1940s. At 46 years old, upon my mother’s death, I discovered for the first time I'd been adopted as an infant. As a writer, I've tapped my passion for storytelling to dig myself out of the mysterious hole I found myself in, regarding my own origins and family history." Susan grew up in Minnesota and Wisconsin with either her nose in a book or her toes in the water. She earned a Masters in International Management and built an international career in the brewing industry, and now works for a company focused on craft brewing and regional agriculture. She is co-editor of Hot Flash Fiction, an online literary magazine focused on works by, for, about or of interest to ‘women of a certain age.’ When not traveling for work or pleasure, she spends time either in Seattle or in a cabin in the woods of Lummi Island.Read more Read less
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