Sue’s work has been published in numerous publications including Poet Lore, Blue Heron Review, Aster(ix), Burning House Press, Literary Mama, Panolopy and others; and in anthologies, including What Have You Lost? ed. Naomi Shihab Nye (Harper Collins).

Her book of poems Buried [A Place] is forthcoming in April, 2022 from Anhinga Press.

She received her BA in English from the University of Cincinnati, her MFA from New England College and studied at Middlebury College’s Breadloaf School of English. She was awarded a writer’s residency at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont where she then became a staff artist for several years.

Sue is also the co-editor/co-founder of deLuge Literary and Arts Journal devoted to the creative expression of dreams or inspired by dreams with Karla Van Vliet.

As a teacher, Sue has taught online classes on dreams and creativity; dreams and the poetic imagination; dreams, creativity and mythology. 



Dreamwork Practioner/Teacher

Sue is an Embodied Dreamwork Practitioner and Teacher in private practice since 2004. She has led dreamwork retreats and presentations in the US, Canada and Europe since 2004, as well as worked with student Dreamwork practitioners since 2009.

She is the Co-Founder and Director of Students of the Dream which incluces Limina – A School for Dreams and Consciousness with Bill St.Cyr. She was also a founding member and lead teacher for the Center for Archetypal Dreamwork. 

Sue has taught/presented at venues, such as:

  • Esalen Institute
  • Kripalu Center
  • Breitenbush Retreat Center
  • The Rowe Center
  • Hollyhock Retreat Center
  • The International Association for the Study of Dreams Annual Conferences
  • Massachusetts Poetry Festival with Karla Van Vliet
  • Mountain Cloud Zen Center with Henry Shukman
  • Prajna Yoga Center with Tias Little
  • With Natural Dreamwork Teachers Rodger Kamenetz and Kezia Kamenetz
  • Symposium for the Study of Myth at Pacifica Graduate Institute
  • One World International Festival