Interview with Suzan Huney on Her Book Women of Strength and Writing Oral History

On August 27, 2010, Suzan Huney began an oral history project with her Aunt Betty Jane Cooper Johnson, her mother’s sister.  For many years, the tight knit clan of Cooper family women had celebrated during yearly reunions, but interviewing Aunt Betty meant learning a lot more about the family as well as more about her … Continue reading
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About Suzan Huney

Suzan Huney's non-fiction has appeared in The Seattle Times and magazines such as Still Crazy, Fresh Boiled Peanuts, and Stories with Grace. Women of Strength is her first book. She volunteers with the writing organization Field’s End, an affiliate of the nonprofit Bainbridge Public Library and serves on the Library Board.

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