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Fiction Writer, Poet
Susan is currently Writer in Residence at Forbes Library, the public library in Northampton, where she runs writing rooms, discussion groups and workshops for writers, and curates a Local History/Local Novelists reading series. She is also a freelance writing coach and editor. Susan’s newest novel, Spider in a Tree, will be published in 2013 by Small Beer Press. Spider in a Tree is about eighteenth century preacher Jonathan Edwards, his family, and those enslaved in his household in Northampton, MA, a town he made famous for piety before its people rejected him. She speaks on literary and historical topics such as researching a novel, and also on issues related to body size.
Jamaica Plain, MA
Sandra Storey is the author of the poetry collection, Every State Has Its Own Light, a finalist for the May Swenson Award, published by Word Poetry imprint of WordTech Communications. She was a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand 1968-1971. Later, she was founder, editor and publisher of the Jamaica Plain and Mission Hill Gazettes in Boston, Massachusetts for 20 years and is currently a columnist for the JP Gazette. Sandee is a member of Jamaica Pond Poets. She has been a featured reader at many venues in the Boston area.