Sue Katz

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Sue Katz

Sue Katz’s business card identifies her as a “Wordsmith and Rebel.” Her writing has been published on the three continents where she has lived, worked, and roused rabble. She has been a martial arts master, promoted transnational volunteering, and partner danced more than her feet could bear. A life-long activist, she cut her teeth in the civil rights and anti-Vietnam war movements. She was on the ground floor of the women’s and queer liberation movements and is now fighting for elder rights and for justice for Palestine. Her fiction books, often focusing on the lives of LGBTQ elders, include A Raisin in My Cleavage: short and shorter stories, Lillian’s Last Affair and other stories, and the novel Lillian in Love. Find her blog Consenting Adult at Reach her via Facebook

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