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Susan Hazen-Hammond is a poet, photographeer, painter, and the author of nine books... She writes poetry in Spanish for La Herencia del Norte. In English her poetry appears in a cross-section of journals (including Confrontation, Porcupine, Kalliope, Mirror Northwest, RiverSedge, Slant, and Westview), and in anthologies... Awards include a Benjamin Franklin Award, a South Carolina Book Award, a Woman of Genius Award, and, in Mexico, El Primer Premio Nacional de Periodismo. http://www.contemporaryalbuquerque.co...
Susan Hazen-Hammond holds the B.A. from Pepperdine University, where she graduated summa cum laude and was a National Merit Scholar. She received the M.A. from U.C.L.A. in 1971, and the Zertifikat from Karl-Rupprecht Universitat in Heidelberg, Germany.From 1972 to 1980, she taught English, German and psychology courses at Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Wash. She left that tenured position in 1980 and moved to Santa Fe to write full time. Susan Hazen-Hammond's published books include A Short History of Santa Fe (Lexikos Press, 1988) and Enchanting New Mexico (New Mexico Magazine Publications Group, 1985).Her more than 300 published articles range from travel pieces, Southwest history, personality profiles and book reviews to short stories and poetry. ...In 1984, she received the Peter Lisagor Award for Exemplary Journalism from the Chicago Headline Club (Chicago chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists). http://webcache.googleusercontent.com...
Susan Hazen-Hammond has lived in the southwest United States for three decades and is the author of nine books, including Spider Woman's Web (Penguin Putnam). She writes in English and in Spanish. http://www1.ben.edu/springfield/quidd...
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