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Susan B. Johnson

Author of Spirit Willing: A Savannah Haunting

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Susan B. Johnson is a published novelist, playwright, journalist, and historian. After winning second place in a national playwright’s competition, her play Finders Weepers was published in 1993 and has since been performed in venues across the country.
For thirty years her short stories, columns, and articles have appeared in a wide variety of national and regional publications.
She is the author of two published books—a non-fiction work of local history titled Savannah’s Little Crooked Houses: If These Walls Could Talk and her novel Spirit Willing: A Savannah Haunting for which she was nominated 2007 Georgia Author of the Year.
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