ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sue Clark has been a professional writer for over fifty years. She worked as a Continuity Director in radio and television, owned two newspapers, and has had numerous articles published in newspapers. Her poetry has been published in anthologies and newspapers.
She has owned a literary agency for twenty-six years. Her specialty is working with unpublished fiction writers.
Sue taught fiction/non-fiction/poetry writing to adults in the San Francisco Bay Area for ten years. For the last four years, she has taught weekly poetry and fiction writing classes in Lincoln, California and poetry classes for Sierra College in the Sacramento, California area.
Sue ghostwrote several books prior to Is Anybody Listening (published June 2005). She currently writes a monthly travel column, “From Here to There,” for the Lincoln News Messenger, and is ghostwriting another book.
For nine-years she was a member of the adjunct writing faculty for the USDA Graduate School on the West Coast. She has edited and critiqued fiction and non-fiction manuscripts for over 30 years, and continues to edit/rewrite materials for businesses, corporations, printing companies as well as authors.
Sue Clark resides in Lincoln, California.