Susan Nelson Myers
Born: August 09 1959 in Reidsville North Carolina, USA
Resides: Mayodan, North Carolina, USA
E-mail: snelsonmyers (at) gmail (dot) com
Susan Nelson Myers is a poet, artist, beekeeper, and small business entrepreneur who resides in Mayodan, North Carolina. Her work has appeared in Contemporary Haibun Online (online and print edition), The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Frogpond, and Prune Juice and is forthcoming in a number of other publications. Susan was one of four poets to write the first renray entitled Ephemera, a collaborative genre of poetry for two to four people that emphasizes jazz-like improvisational verse. Susan also provided a Spanish translation of Ephemera.
Awards and Other Honors: Special editor's commentary on her haibun entitled a pot of beans; Best of the Net 2011 Nomination for her free verse poem entitled Fourteen Days; Denny's Award for her "removing sandals" haiku.
Books Published: A chapbook is forthcoming.
Credits: "empty winter nest" - Prune Juice 6 (2011); "autumn's palette" - From her haibun loose ends in Frogpond 34:2 (2011); "long winter day" - Frogpond 34:2 (2011); "swell's cusp" - From her haibun reckoning in Frogpond 34:2 (2011); "teetering on the edge" - Prune Juice 6 (2011); "removing sandals" - Denny's Award - XIII Calico Cat International Bilingual Haiku Contest - Origa Kankodori Press - http://origa.livejournal.com/184757.html.