Suzanna Anderson earned a BFA in creative writing from Bowling Green State University in 2012. She has been writing for 26 years with a dream to publish books.
She currently edits The Magnolia Review (two issues a year), a literary magazine she started in 2014. She has participated in National Novel Writing Month since 2009, and she has volunteered as a Co-Municipal Liaison since 2014 in various regions (Black Swamp, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; and Hampton Roads, Virginia).
Suzanna has published poetry with Poetry Pacific, Myth + Magic, Bukowski Erasure Poetry Anthology, Bukowski On Wry, Four and Twenty, and Heavy Hands Ink. Whatever Keeps the Lights On published her short story “The Future of Food Service.”
At Bowling Green State University, Suzanna worked as copy editor, design intern, and copy chief at The BG News. She interned at Mid-American Review, she worked on the literary magazine Prairie Margins as editor-in-chief (2011-2012), and she served as Editor Emeritus to explore the history of Prairie Margins and its origins as Inkstone (2012-2013).
She is a contributor to The Letter Project and The Odd Ducks online. Suzanna’s book reviews are available on Amazon, Goodreads, and The Magnolia Review.
Currently Suzanna is working on her first graphic novel. She is studying to become an art therapist and continues to write stories and poetry. She leads the weekly writing group in Norfolk, VA, called Hampton Roads Quill-Drivers. Suzanna looks forward to publishing her books and continuing her writing journey.
Find Suzanna at her website, https://suzannaanderson.com/, Twitter https://twitter.com/slawriter89, Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/slawriter89anderson/, and Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/slawriter89/.