Susan Gabrielle was raised in Georgia, but you’d never know it by her accent.  Her work has been published or is forthcoming in The Christian Science Monitor, Heyday, TheBatShat, The Baltimore Review, San Francisco Peace and Hope, and Bethlehem Writers, and she was a finalist in the Tiny Lights Narrative Essay Contest.  Susan’s short story “What she should have said” was published in the Social Justice issue of the Little Patuxent Review, and she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize for her poem “After 10 years of War.” She currently teaches writing and literature classes as a university instructor.

Her latest work, Writing Your Way into Dreamland, is nonfiction — a writer’s guide to using your dreams and subconscious for creative work.  A class based on this book will be offered through Sierra College in October.

 

Find her at susan-gabrielle.com