According to a high school vocation test, Susan Scott-Stevens was suited for work as a forest ranger, college professor, medium, or spy. Merging those career options, she became a cultural anthropologist which, unsurprisingly, led her to become a storyteller. The Flute Player, her first novel, won an award at the Southwest Writer’s Conference in the category of historical fiction. She is the author of an award-winning short story for ethnographic fiction, The Djinn Tree. If asked what brought her to storytelling, she might quote you a verse from Horace: “Grant me, sound of body and mind, to pass an old age lacking neither honor nor the lyre.” Susan currently lives, writes, and tells stories in Boulder, Colorado.

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