Susan McDonough-Wachtman has been writing since grade school. She has tried her hand at children’s stories, short stories, romances, historical novels, essays, fantasies, mysteries, science fiction, numerous letters to the editor, and a blog.

Susan has been a burger tosser, customer service rep, ad taker, curriculum developer, parent, teacher, reader, and gardener. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with one cat and one husband.

Most recently, “Mother, May I” was accepted for the Halloween edition of Tales From the Moonlit Path, “Xanthippe” was included in a Brigids Gate anthology, “Pantsed” was published in Willow magazine, and “I Will Go Gently” appeared in Metaphorosis.