Susan Palmer, born in 1946, lives in Colorado, but spent 30 years on Maui raising her family.  She has been a poet for 45 years, but only recently went public with it.  She reads at public poetry performances—is a regular at the Montrose Library open mic--and has three books of poetry completed.

Susan has been published in the following magazines: Spur, Thema, Scifaikwest, Good Old Days, Hawaii Pacific Review, and Slow Trains.  She is presently working on her second fiction novel between poems.

Her books may be purchased at Hastings Book Store in Montrose, Colorado, or by mail from the author. Titles available: The Tao of Now, Living In The World, Autumn of the Seeker, the last being “spiritually oriented, eclectic, more Buddhist and Taoist than anything.”