Susan Carol Hauser

Puposky, MN 566679723

Author's Bio

Susan Carol Hauser’s books include My Kind of River Journey: Seeking Passage on the Mississippi, Center for American Places, Columbia College Chicago, 2011; A Field Guide to Poison Ivy; A Field Guide to Ticks; Outside after Dark: New and Selected Poems; You Can Write a Memoir; Wild Rice Cooking (Minnesota Book Award); A Maple Syrup Memoir with Instructions; and Meant to Be Read Out Loud (Minnesota Book Award). She has been a regular commentator on NPR’s “Living on Earth.” Professor Emerita, Bemidji State University, she holds an MFA in poetry from Bowling Green State University, Ohio.

Publications and Prizes

Full Moon: Reflections on Turning Fifty
(Papier-Mache Press, 1996)
, Outside After Dark: New & Selected Poems
(Loonfeather Press, 2002)
, Sugaring: A Maple Syrup Memoir
(Globe Pequot Press, 2005)
Prizes Won: 
2011 Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant ($10,000) 2010 McKnight Fellowship-Loft Award in Poetry ($25,000) 2001, 1989 Minnesota Book Awards 1997 Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grant Charter Resident at the Anderson Center for Interdisciplinary Studies Gabriel National Award for Excellence in Broadcasting

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Creative Nonfiction Writer, Poet
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Naturalists/Environmentalists, Teachers
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Minneapolis, MN
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Last updated: Jun 09, 2011