Suzanne S. Rancourt is Abenaki/Huron descent from West Central Maine, residing in the Adirondack Mountains in New York. Her work appears in You Can Hear the Ocean: Anthology, Grey Borders Magazine, Synaeresis, Twist in Time, Door is a Jar Magazine, Avatar Review, New Readers Magazine, Big Pond Rumours, Women Speak-Women of Appalachia Project, Tiny Flames Press, Quiddity, River Heron Review, Shaking the Sheets, The Gyroscope Review, theSame, Young Ravens Literary Review # 8, Tupelo Press Native Voices Anthology, Bright Hill Press 25th Anniversary Anthology, Dawnland Voices 2.0 #4, Northern New England Review, Bear Review, Three Drops Press, Snapdragon Journal, mgversion2>datura, Sirsee, Slipstream, Collections of Poetry and Prose, Muddy River Poetry Review, Ginosko, Journal of Military Experience, Cimarron Review and Callaloo. Billboard in the Clouds received the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas First Book Award, her second book, murmurs at the gate, 2019, was published by Unsolicited Press. She is a USMC and Army Veteran and continues to serve as a Mentor for the Saratoga County Veterans’ Peer to Peer program. Ms. Rancourt is a multi modal EXAT and CASAC with an MS in psychology and an MFA in writing.