Danielle Susi is a writer, artist & producer
The author of the poetry chapbook The Month in Which We Are Born (Dancing Girl Press, 2015), she holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science and creative writing from Quinnipiac University, and received her Master of Fine Arts in Writing from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she was awarded the New Artists Society Fellowship. She formerly studied and performed improvisational comedy at iO Chicago and at many other locations in Chicago and Utah. Additionally, she is an award-winning journalist, having received an Excellence in Political Journalism Award from The Washington Center and a shared National Mark of Excellence Award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Living in Salt Lake City, Utah
Art Gallery & Event Specialist @ Salt Lake Community College
Adjunct Professor of English @ Salt Lake Community College
Instructor @ Weber State University Community Education & University of Utah Lifelong Learning
Columnist & Contributor @ Entropy
Contributor @ The Rumpus; American Microreviews & Interviews