SUSANNA CROSSMAN is British but has been based in France for nearly half her life. Co-author of the French novel, L'Hôspital, Le dessous des Cartes (LEH, 2015), she is part of the Dangerous Women Project and her fiction has been shortlisted for the Bristol Prize and Glimmertrain. Susanna's flash fiction "Loom Love" is part of the new anthology Thousand, which is the first book to be published by the Brainchild Festival in March 2018. She regularly collaborates on international hybrid projects with visual artists, filmmakers and musicians. She has worked on three continents, as a drama-therapist and lecturer (Sarah Lawrence College, NY, Université de Rennes 1, Ecole d'art-thérapie de Tours) specialising in mental health and non-verbal communication. (She annually travels to New York to lecture at Sarah Lawrence College.) Her research work is published in France, Korea and Germany. She studied Drama at Exeter University and has Masters' degrees from the Université de Rennes 2 and Université Francois Rabelais. She lives in Brittany with her partner and three daughters.
Read Susanna's recent work:
3AM Magazine poem brut #26 – the diverse colors of needlework
The Stockholm Review of Literature The Ruin