About Susan Bono

Susan Bono is a writing teacher, freelance editor and former publisher of Tiny Lights: A Journal of Personal Narrative. Her work appears in anthologies and newspapers and has been performed on stage and the radio. She edits the Noyo River Review and she serves on the boards of the Mendocino Coast Writers Conference and Petaluma Readers Theatre. Visit her website here.

Excerpt from Susan Bono’s Collection What Have We Here

The following essay by Susan Bono is the title essay from her new collection What Have We Here: Essays about Keeping House and Finding Home. We reprint it this week with her permission. To learn more about Susan’s writing and the place of the personal essay in her writing life, please see last week’s interview. What Have We … Continue reading

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What Have We Here: A Conversation with Susan Bono About Her New Collection of Essays

For writer and small press publisher (Tiny Lights) Susan Bono, the last thirty years have mostly been about trying to stay ahead of a husband, growing kids, aging parents, and an eccentric old house, in spite of detours, deadlines, unexpected changes, and inevitable losses. But through it all, she’s been taking notes. In her collection of … Continue reading

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