Su Croll

Su Croll’s first book, Worlda Mirth (Kalamalka Press), was the winner of the Kalamalka New Writers Competition and was short-listed for the Gerald Lampert Award. Her second, Blood Mother (Signature Editions), was short-listed for both Alberta’s Stephan G. Stephansson award and the Canadian Authors Association Poetry Award.

Su Croll lives in Edmonton with her husband and children where she teaches ESL at an Immigrant Settlement Agency. She is currently working on a novel.

Su appears in Girl’s Night Out.