Susan Bourrie is an experienced creative, professional, and academic writer. Her poetry and prose have been published in newspapers, magazines, chapbooks, and the Dictionary of Midwestern Literature. Her blog: http://www.lovingwhatisleftwhilelivingwithlowvision.com (2012-present) uses poetry, essay, humor, and memoir to serve and advocate for people who are living with low vision. She is a member of the Poetry Society of Michigan, ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers), and SCBWI (Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators). She taught Composition, Research Writing, Advanced Research Writing, Writing for the Professions, Children’s Literature, and Reading: Pre-K through 4th Grade at several universities.
“You don’t write any better than anyone else. But, boy, can you revise!”—Dr. John Dinan, Professor of English Composition, Central Michigan University, 1989.
“I am impressed with her breadth of interest, her depth of research, her ability to work within guidelines, and her clear style. She submitted and revised her entries within a tight time frame. Therefore, I perceive her as conscientious and responsible, a valuable member of a team.”—Dr. Mary DeJong Obuchowski, English Professor at Central Michigan University and member of the editorial board of The Dictionary of Midwestern Literature, 1999.