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Susan Lynn Reynolds

Short Story, Write150 Prize Judges

Susan Lynn Reynolds Susan Lynn Reynolds is a published novelist, an award-winner of poetry and creative non-fiction, and a Masters student at the Frost Centre for Canadian Studies and Indigenous Studies at Trent University. Her thesis is a look at an institutional ethnography of the female units at the Central East Correctional Centre; particularly at the issue of gender responsivity there.

Her first novel was published in 1992 and won the Canadian Library Association’s YA Novel of the Year award.  Her recent literary work has appeared in lichen literary magazine and the short story “Gargoyles in Montmartre” was accepted for the British anthology series Erotic Travel Tales. "Strandia" won the Canadian Library Association’s national award for Young Adult Novel of the Year. She is a three time winner of the Timothy Findley Creative Writing Award for poetry and short stories, winner of the Writer’s Community of Durham Region’s 24 Hour Online Contest, and winner of the WCDR’s Summer SLAM from July 2010.

Her first poetry chapbook skinned—was launched in January 2008 and she is working on her third novel.

She is also a member of the Ontario Association of Consultants, Counsellors, Psychometrists and Psychotherapists.

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