Goodbye to the OceanTold in vignettes spanning the first 27 years of a young woman’s life, this novella explores themes of family, grief, & identity.Etchings Press, 2022
Susan L. Lin
Susan L. Lin is a Taiwanese American storyteller who hails from southeast Texas and holds an MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts. She enjoys sewing dresses, dancing to '90s hits, eating potatoes, reading mysteries, and streaming TV.
Selected work (28 publications)
Touching the MorningOn the outskirts of the city lies a sleepy town I’ve given everything to: first breaths, first birthdays, first broken bones.
Dear Pluto,I’m writing to share my plans to visit you in the distant future. If my calculations are correct, I’ll reach you in a decade. I hope you’ll be waiting at the end of my journey.
The Cloud ArtistSee that cloud up there?” he’d asked her once. “Looks kind of like an abandoned dress blowing in the wind, doesn’t it?” He traced an outline with his extended finger. “That’s the work of a human being just like you and me."
Inclement WeatherOne day, you’ll discover in amazement that you’ve begun taking on boat-like properties: You have rudders where your ears once were. Your arms are beginning to look suspiciously like oars.
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