My friend Susan Koenig has just released The Bench, a collection of poetry, short fiction, and original photography.
In this collection Koenig ranges from the mundane (the eponymous park bench) to the fantastic (a vampire stand up comic) to the strangely poignant (a first person account of a mouse in a trap).
Susan Koenig started writing fiction when she retired from a boring government job in 2009.
She is an occasional poet and has been featured in a local online literary magazine. Sue is a regular contributor to a monthly Haiku site as well as a consistent participant on a writing challenge which weekly tests her creativity.
In 2012 Sue published a short story, Nineteen Hundred, the prequel to her current novel in progress, The Soul Collector’s Second Chance.
Sue’s home is Southwestern Ontario, Canada, where, when not writing, she and her camera take junkets to explore new ideas for incorporation into her writing.
I, myself, have not read this book, however, I am familiar with her work from her blog and have read samples from it.
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