Susan B. James is a writer and licensed clinical social worker. She has been published in the Seattle P-I, The Herald in Everett and numerous anthologies. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and has a master’s degree from the University of Washington School of Social Work. Susan is currently writing a memoir about her ten years working in hospice care.
“In my journeys with more than a thousand hospice patients, I’ve learned that it’s best to offer the most spacious lens possible, especially with someone in the throes of fear. Many people at end of life are urgently seeking a meaning to life, a glimpse at an afterlife and a way to get there with ease.”