Some recent writing: League of Canadian Poets Poetry Pause.
Also The New Quarterly. The Puritan. University Affairs. The Church Times. An essay in the collection The Saint John’s Bible and Its Tradition, available here. Some new poems in recent issues of CV2 and Exile. Seek them out at fine independent bookstores like McNally Robinson.
Sue Sorensen lives in Winnipeg, where she teaches English at Canadian Mennonite University. Her latest book (2014) is The Collar: Reading Christian Ministry in Fiction, Television, and Film. She is the author of a novel, A Large Harmonium (2011), and the editor of West of Eden: Essays on Canadian Prairie Literature (2008). Her poetry has been published in journals such as The New Quarterly, Exile, CV2, Grain, Room, and Prairie Fire. Academic publications range from studies of the novels of A. S. Byatt, Henry James, Ian McEwan, and Guy Vanderhaeghe to detective fiction, children's books, rock lyricists, and the filmmaking of Neil Young. She is a grateful member of the welcoming and caring community at Winnipeg’s Home Street Mennonite Church.