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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Surreal Times and the Person Inside

Surreal Times and the Person Inside

Surreal times: times that have the qualities of surrealism, the irrational juxtaposition of images that seek to release the creative potential of the unconscious mind. Wow. Wow, indeed, Lily. My inner fourteen-year-old and I experienced something like this when we...

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Early Frost with the Person Inside

Early Frost with the Person Inside

Last week I lamented the passing of summer. This week started with early frost! It usually doesn’t come until later in the month but these days you never know what the weather will do. Fortunately, I follow a weather website and covered my one remaining...

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Living Life with the Person Inside

Living Life with the Person Inside

It’s said that you only live once. I agree with this statement, provided it incorporates the concept that life is continual and unending. We may live a human life only once, but maybe our spirits participate in more than one human lifetime. Maybe we live other than...

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Dark Miles with the Person Inside

Dark Miles with the Person Inside

I don’t usually flat out dread fall, but this year is different. This year, fall is my first time through with the harbinger of Bruce’s death. Though we didn’t realize it at the time, the dark miles began in September, 2018, .   There was a day, though, when I...

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