Susan Stenson's book of poetry, My Mother Agrees was published by Wolsak and Wyn in 2007. Her poetry has also appeared in most literary journals in Canada, on CBC radio, the Poetry in Transit program, and during ABE Books Random Acts of poetry week, 2004. She teaches English and creative writing to high school students and co-edits The Claremont Review, a literary journal for writers aged 13 to 19, WRITE Magaines pick for magazine of the year, 2000. She also edits poetry manuscripts, teachers classes and workshops for the Victoria School of Writing. Her book of poetry Nobody Move, which includes seven husbands as characters, was published by Sono Nis in 2011.

DATE OF BIRTH: January, 5, 1960

PLACE OF BIRTH: Cobourg, Ontario

ARRIVAL IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: 1979

EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: Teacher

AWARDS: ARC Poem of the Year 2004, League of Canadian Poets 1st Prize 1999, Rona Murray Poetry Prize,2004, This Magazines Great Literary Hunt 2000,

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

A Little More Swing, A Little Less Sway (Reference West, 1997)
Could Love a Man (Sono Nis Press, 2001)
Nobody Move (Sono Nis, 2011) 978-1-55039-180-0 $14.95

[BCBW 2011]