Sue’s life has taken her from a childhood in New York, to student life in Connecticut and Boston, to adulthood in London where she still lives with her husband. Her two grown sons are now off on their own journeys. Her work reflects her travels with much of it now focused in Cambodia, both as a writer and teacher.

Sue is the founder of Writing Through Cambodia, a program which uses the creative writing of poetry and short stories to develop English fluency, conceptual thinking and self-esteem for Cambodian students and teachers. She has given lectures on her work in universities throughout the world including The University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, Wesleyan University, Canterbury Christ Church University, Wheelock College in Singapore, The University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, and others.

Change Is a Constant, Road Race is Too

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reprinted from the Martha’s Vineyard Gazette, Friday 15 August 2014 I ran the Chilmark Road Race again this year, and like every year, I made the same joke at the start: “I don’t care how I do, as long as …

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Why Are The Tribunal Verdicts Important?

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This morning brought the news that finally, after eight years, the final two verdicts of Guilty have been made in the UN’s Tribunal to bring the Khmer Rouge to account for the atrocities they committed against their own people nearly …

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A New Magazine for Travellers

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A new website called Just Go Places has been created on the web, and it aims to bring travellers together in a space where they can share their experiences and inspirations — but in a professionally written and beautifully constructed …

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