Susan Rodgers

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Susan Ann Rodgers in Victoria by the Sea, Prince Edward Island, in July 2017

Susan Ann Rodgers (born Susan Ann Mahoney) is a Canadian author of fiction from Summerside, Prince Edward Island. She is also a filmmaker.[1] Her first feature film, Still The Water,[2] was completed in May 2020. She has also made a short film, called Bobby's Peace,[3] which aired on CBC Television's Reflections.

Her first novel, A Song for Josh[4], was self-published in 2013 by Blue Mountain Entertainment. She has since written fifteen novels in the Drifters series.


Drifter's Series


Year Film Position Awards
2003 Bobby's Peace Producer, Director, Writer
2020 Still the Water Producer, Director, Writer Best Screenplay, short film, REEL Island Film Festival


  1. "Susan Rodgers Expresses Her Filmmaking Journey With Online Videos". Journal Pioneer.
  2. "New P.E.I. feature film Still the Water in works". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
  3. "Bobby's Peace". CBC Program Guide. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
  4. "A Song for Josh". Amazon.

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