Susan Stoltz has had many writing opportunities throughout her varied career including journalism, editing, autobiography, short story, newsletter and magazine publishing, as well as children’s books. She was a columnist and journalist for an award winning newspaper in Wyoming, The Glenrock Bird. She has written for several magazines nationwide including Open Range, Florida Bird Magazine, Women Out West, and was most recently published in Wild Times the magazine for the Phoenix Zoo. She has also been a featured speaker at several conferences including Writing the Rockies at Western State Colorado University, Ozark Creative Writers Conference, Eureka Springs, Arkansas and Women Writing The West, Denver, Colorado.
Other published works by Stoltz include Seymour The Naughty Goat; It Happened On The Train One Day; A Flamboyance, A Crash, and A Dazzle. Upcoming releases in 2016: Edie Goes The Wrong Way; Hop-Along Saves The Day; The Snotty Coati.
“Not many people get to spend the majority of their time rhyming ridiculous words and creating even more ridiculous scenarios such as rhinos on zoo trains, roadrunners who save the day, coatis that cannot make friends, and stingrays that decide to go their own way. My friends often say they’d like to spend a little time in my head as long as there was a very large exit sign they can access!”
~ Susan R. Stoltz