Author and HIV/AIDS advocate, Suzan Stirling's fictional stories and essays have reached worldwide and appeared in publications such as POZ Magazine, Adoption Today, and Writing Raw, among others. Born the daughter of a self-professed "Gypsy," much of Suzan's youth was spent traveling from one place to the next. Ever creative, it was during this time that Suzan discovered a love for writing that followed her into adulthood.
Today, Suzan writes from Kentucky, where she lives with her husband and their three children. A semi-finalist in the William Faulkner "Novel-In-Progess" Contest, Suzan's first novel, The Silence of Mercy Bleu, will be available in bookstores and online beginning March 2012.