Susanne Dutton is a Philadelphian writing fiction, poetry, and psychology. Her work has been seen in Zimbell House Publishing’s The Neighbor’s Anthology, Milk Sugar Literature, Main Street Rag Anthology, Depth Insights E-zine, Kakalak Poetry and SUNY’s new Unruly Catholic Women Writers, a finalist in the 2014 ALA Foreword Award for best anthology. In her psychology book, The Apportioner’s Counsel – Saying I Do (or I Don’t) With Your Eyes Open, three women (two ghosts!) and one twenty-three year old, find themselves in an old New York apartment sharing stories about life and love. She’s looking forward to seeing her story, The Borrowscale Defection, soon, in Sages and Bards Publishing’s 2018 anthology of speculative fiction.
The Apportioner’s Counsel – Saying I Do (or I Don’t) With Your Eyes Open.