A lover of nature, words, and history, Susan Murata was educated formally at the University of New Hampshire in speech. Informally educated through Life, Work and Raising Children in places from New York City to the coast of Maine, she has honed her observation skills—producing condensed poetry and lyric prose. She has been published in many haiku journals including Tiny Words, Notes from the Gean, Heron’s Nest, Prune Juice, South by Southeast and Frog Pond. Parent of 3, grandparent to 2, she currently observes life from her home in Swanzey, New Hampshire, which she shares with her husband, Gary, and Amos the cat.
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