the author of Don’t
Mean Nothing: Short Stories of Viet Nam, and has
an ezine/literary journal for “flash fiction,” since it began nearly
ago. Her stories and essays have appeared in such varied media
journals (e.g.: RN Magazine), lit
magazines (e.g.: Indiana
Spoken Word sites (http://BoundOff.com).
She eventually graduated with that BA and starved
for a couple years as a reporter, and is now one step away from living
bridge in Brooklyn, as a writer. Her more-or-less monthly essays can be
in a Blog linked to the bottom of her website (http://susanoneill.us).
still technically an RN, but would
probably kill somebody — unintentionally
. . . although
you never know—if she went back to work in