Sue William Silverman [website]
Sue William Silverman’s first memoir, Because I Remember Terror, Father, I Remember You, won the AWP Award Series in creative nonfiction and is in its 5th printing. Love Sick: One Woman’s Journey Through Sexual Addiction, her second memoir, is under development for a Lifetime Television original movie. Her poems and short works have appeared in such places as the Chicago Tribune, Detroit Free Press, Redbook, Louisville Review, Charleston Review, WordWrights, Nebraska Review, Chronicle of Higher Education, The Writer’s Chronicle, Southern Poetry Review, Mid-American Poetry Review, and Poetry Motel. She is associate editor of Fourth Genre.
Sue William Silverman’s “The Tale of Quizzle and the Flying Carpet,” “For Janice and John on the Occasion of Adopting Alma from Guatemala, the Land of Magic Dolls,” and “From Clay” appear in Caketrain Issue 01. She served as judge of the 2005 Caketrain Nonfiction Competition.
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