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Susan Kim Campbell

Susan Kim Campbell is a writer of fiction and nonfiction.  Her work is published or forthcoming in the Alaska Quarterly Review, the Robert Olen Butler Prize Stories anthology, and the Mississippi Review.  She has been awarded artist residencies to the Millay Colony for the Arts, Hedgebrook, the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, the Anderson Center at Tower View, and several others.  Susan has won fellowships to the Norman Mailer Center, the Tomales Bay Writers Conference, and the Writers @ Work Conference.  She holds a B.A. from Brown University.


Stories in Smokelong Quarterly

Story: The Tale End
Interview: Smoke and Mirrors: An Interview with Susan Kim Campbell


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The SmokeLong Quarterly Comedy Prize 2021!

This competition is no longer accepting entries. The long- and shortlists have been published on the blog. The four winners of the competition will be featured in Issue 74 of SmokeLong Quarterly coming out near the end of December.