SUZANNE FARRELL SMITH
Suzanne Farrell Smith is the author of two books: The Memory Sessions, a memoir about her search for lost childhood memory, and The Writing Shop, a guidebook for writing teachers. Suzanne’s writing includes creative nonfiction, poetry, fiction, writing on writing, and writing for education. She appears in such journals as Kenyon Review, Fourth Genre, Creative Nonfiction, and PANK, as well as anthologies and academic publications. Her flash essay “If You Find a Mouse on a Glue Trap,” published in Brevity, won a Pushcart.
Suzanne mentors emerging writers with AWP’s Writer to Writer Program, reads for Longridge Review, and is founding editor of Waterwheel Review. She lives by a creek in the Connecticut woods with her husband and three sons.