Sue Guiney was born Sue Rappaport in 1955, in a little town called Farmingdale on Long Island, New York.
She received her B.A. in English and Classics from Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Throughout her time there, she studied with the English poet and playwright, Tony Connor. Her desire to study Classics, and specifically Greek, grew out of her desire to write and understand plays.
Sue's interest in Classics led her to earn her M.A. degree from The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she studied with Professor Kenneth Reckford. Her Master's thesis was a study of Euripides' last play and called Iphigenia in Aulis From Innocence to Nobility. It was in North Carolina that she also discovered two other passions. One is her love of teaching, which she continues to do in many forms today. The other, and more importantly, is her love of Don, a fellow Classicist and later lawyer who has been her husband for well over twenty years. In 1990, they moved to London, England and have remained there ever since.
London is Sue's adopted home, England her adopted country, and this can be clearly heard in her Anglo-American voice and sensibility.
Fiction & Short Stories:
Tangled Roots, bluechrome: May 2008
Looking For Trouble, Karamu: Spring 2004
Sliding Into Home, The MacGuffin: Fall 2003
The Next Thing You Know, First Prize - Fiction Competition, Beginnings: September 2003.
Dreams of May : A Play in Poetry, bluechrome:
Sue's work can also be found in such journals as Acumen, Envoi, North American Review, South, Aethlon, Dream Catcher, and in the anthology, Vineyard Poets.
Source: [url=http://www.sueguiney.com/]Sue Guiney[/url]
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