Susan Clymer                                     Publication List



FICTION


                   • High Tea for a Thief, Dancing Tale Books, 2012
                   • Runner Reads Braille, Lulu Press, 2009
                   • There’s a Rabbit in My Backpack, Lulu Press, 2007
                   • There’s a Frog in My Sleeping Bag,  Scholastic Press, 1997 		
	• AdventureCat Goes to School, Scholastic Press, 1997
	• There’s a Tarantula in My Homework, Scholastic Press, 1996                   
	• Llama Pajamas, Scholastic Press, 1996               
	• The Nine Lives of AdventureCat, Scholastic Press, 1994              
    	• There’s a Hamster in My Lunchbox, Scholastic Press, 1994		
	 • Halloween Echoes, Scholastic Press, 1993
	 • Scrawny, The Classroom Duck, Scholastic Press, 1991
	 • Four Month Friend, Scholastic Hardcover, 1990
	 • The Glass Mermaid, Scholastic Press, 1986
	 • The One And Only Bunbun, Scholastic Press, 1982


NON-FICTION

	• Educational Writing for CTB/McGraw Hill, 2004-2009
	• “Clean as a Whistle,” Cricket  Magazine, November 1988
	• “The long and winding trail that leads to Nome--and glory,” We Alaskans, February 
                      1981
	• Income Tax For Fishermen, (Written at a fourth grade reading level)
                     Alaska Literacy Laboratory, December 1980
	• “Cats Gone Wild,” Cat  Fancy, October 1978
	• “The Music Critic,” Cats, July 1978
	• Seven articles on local history, artists, geology, Berkeley Monthly,  June 1977-July
                      1978






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Residency, Workshop, Teaching and Speaking Experience
1982-2013    Visiting Author, Artist in Education Program Funded by the National Endowment of the Arts, local PTA organizations and school districts.
                       •Visited over 200 schools.
• Conducts one to four-week residences in elementary or middle schools
1999-2013       Faculty Inservice Presenter
    • Presents Honoring the Inner Self, Freeze the Action, and Team Building inservices for teachers
1987-2013       Young Authors Conference Keynote Speaker
                           • Keynote Speaker/Presenter at Young Authors Conferences
2004-2013    Community School of the Arts Instructor
    • Teaches classes: “It’s the Words!” “Creating with Words” “Writing and Illustrating a Picture Book” “Fantasy Writing”
    • Offers private instruction in Creative Writing
2005-2012     Facilitator, Alternatives to Violence Program    
     •  Leads weekend workshops in Maximum Security Prisons
2001-2009      ISACS Conference Featured Speaker
                     • Tripling Your Student’s Writing Ability
2004    International Residency Artist
    • Residency at American Schools in Mexico            
1992-2004              University of Missouri Continuing Ed. Instructor
         • Children’s Fiction Writing I and II
2000    National Science Convention
    • Workshop leader:  Creative Writing and Science
1987-1994    Warrensburg Children’s Literature Festival
    • Featured author
1990-1992    Summer Institute for Teachers Sponsored by Young Audiences, Missouri Arts Council    
    • Facilitated two-day seminars focusing on fiction writing
1987    Scholastic Books Visiting Author
                  • Represented Scholastic Books as their chosen author for
    the Grand Prize Lucky Book Club Winner
Education and Awards
                   B.A. Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley; 1974
    Fellowships Edna St. Vincent Millay and Ragdale Artist Colony