Suzanne Rigdon’s debut novel, Into the Night, was published in 2014 with Spence City Books. Gail Z. Martin called this first installment of the Selina Baker series, “unpredictable, sexy and as much fun as a girls’ night out on the town!” Her short prose has appeared in Coldnoon Magazine, The Northern Virginia Review, Bartleby Snopes, The Albion Review and Word of Mouth. Her story “The Six and Eight” has been nominated for a 2018 Pushcart Prize. Suzanne is the Festival Manager for Fall for the Book, an annual four day literary festival in Northern Virginia, and is a member of the Historical Writers of America. She lives in the D.C. Metro area, with her husband and their cross-eyed cat, Otto.
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