Susan D. Matley

Susan D. Matley writes sci-fantasy and western historical fiction. Writing as S. D. Matley, her latest release is fantasy novel Big-G City, sequel to novella Small-g City (both from WolfSinger Publications).

Previously, her short stories have been published in THEMA Literary Journal, GlassFire Magazine and Dark Pages (Blade Red Press). She’s a member of Western Writers of America, Women Writing the West and Pacific Northwest Writers Association. In 2011 she was a finalist for the Western Writers of America “Best Song” Spur Award.

Susan lives near Walla Walla, Washington amidst thousands of acres of wheat (not hers!) with husband Bruce and many 4-legged kids.

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Today Only and the People Inside

Today Only and the People Inside

This week, I had a Grade-A meltdown. Looking into The Future even a little bit- -two weeks, the end of the year- -crushed me under the weight of uncertainty. If you haven’t noticed that things change very quickly and unpredictably these days, you haven’t been paying...

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Ownership and the People Inside

Ownership and the People Inside

In case you didn’t know, I’ve been married three times. To some, this may infer that I’m an expert on marriage. Given the turnover rate I would argue the opposite. But after months of solitary COVID-enforced rumination and reflection, there is something I believe I’ve...

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Reset with the People Inside

Reset with the People Inside

How can six days and eight hundred miles of driving make it so hard to get back on schedule? My brain is too full and my body is weary. The temperature is dropping, the wind is blowing and leaves are falling. It’s time for a reset. What’s going on with us? I wish I...

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Perishables and the People Inside

Perishables and the People Inside

Living alone- -that is, living alone with two inner selves- -presents many challenges. Today’s challenge has to do with travel. I’ve somehow purchased more produce and dairy than I can comfortably use before I make a trip west to my old home town. It’s a case of too...

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