Plays are available through New Play Exchange (NPX)


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Girth, a one-act play, video, Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, April 2021. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MobrDeIq2w&t=54s

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Heart, a play in 150 words, video, Barely Seen, February 2021. 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WSFG1YQBsOU

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The First Impression, podcast, Open-Door Playhouse, October 2020.

https://www.opendoorplayhouse.org/plays/theater4

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During the summer of 2013, Suzanne blogged her experience on Wordpress.com working as a dramaturg with Mark Bly and the National New Play Network at the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center in Washington DC.

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Featured on Colorado Public Radio, use this for an audio link for the poem En Pointe

https://www.cpr.org/

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Search several poems, past events, and an article on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in The Daily Sentinel newspaper. 

https://www.gjsentinel.com/

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Poems that have been featured in Poets' Corner in The Aspen Daily News. 

https://www.aspendailynews.com/

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Suzanne’s first book of poetry, Passion Play, was published through Mestiza Press of Los Angeles in 2007. 

A Gracious Breath

 Draped beyond the blossoms,

A gracious breath away -

Your mouth was made

To fit with mine,

But this is the secret

That is mine alone.


Say It Will Be

Say there will come a time

When my hair will lie across his breast

And I will hear his heart beating

Instead of it calling to mine               

At a distance.


Say there will come a time

When I will know

The taste of his mouth

And I can give myself to him

With quivering emotion.


Say there will come a time

When he will say my name

Above the tension and the ecstasy

And I will know his love in return

From the look in his eyes.

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The Keeper of Days is Suzanne's 2010 collection of poetry from Farolito Press of Colorado.

Ten Thousand Sparrows


One    

We Do Not Tell, We Do Not Gather

I will know the ghosts

you created and you will know mine

by a look,

by your listening

or lack of either –

because we do not stand and state

our names – real or imagined,

but we find each other.


These are the stories we don’t tell

but keep in a compact

in the small fastened compartment

of a make-up bag –

accepting its presence in

the thin silky material, the bulging outline

with zippered teeth

tightly closed. 


Something That Sings

I want to write something,

something that sings.

That will speak of the philosophy

and loneliness

and a young girl’s heart –

the soul of a dance.

It must ring of truth and lies and

not fade away,

of misplaced passion and deceit,

of tears I won’t admit.

A doctrine for the game 

that lovers play 

the rules I cannot compete.



 

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