Hi. I’m Susie Meserve, writer, teacher, editor, and mom.
I write about anxiety, love, parenting, (in)fertility, and other realities. My personal essays have appeared in Salon, Elle, and Offbeat Mama.
My poetry has appeared in Indiana Review, Gulf Coast, Bateau, Redactions, Cream City Review, Willamette Week, Toad the Journal, Terminus, Red Rock Review, The Cafe Review, Cimarron Review, and others, and is forthcoming in Rock & Sling.
You can read some of my work on the Read page.
I’ve recently finished writing a memoir called “Quiver,” the story of how I overcame the terrible anxiety disorder that had ruled my life since I was a child by falling in love with a fearless man. I’m currently seeking representation. If you’re interested, you can find me on the Contact page. Read an excerpt here.
Hear about my progress–and other things!–on my Blog.
I also blog about once a month with the fine writers over on Popcorn.
You can also follow me on Twitter: @susiemeserve.