Native Texan, retired physician, and women's fiction author Suanne Schafer completed the Standford University Creative Writing Certificate Program while writing her many short stories.
Her short works have been featured in print and on-line magazines (Bête Noire; Brain, Child; Empty Sink Publishing; and Three Line Poetry) and anthologies: (Night Lights; Graveyard; 166 Palms; and Licked).
Her debut women’s fiction novel, A Different Kind of Fire, explores the life of Ruby Schmidt, a nineteenth century artist who escapes—and returns—to West Texas. Suanne’s next book explores the heartbreak and healing of an American physician caught up in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
You can find Suanne at her website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.