Su Croll’s first book of poetry, Worlda Mirth (Kalamalka Press, 1992) was the winner of the Kalamalka New Writers Competition and was short-listed for a Gerald Lampert Award.
Her second book, Blood Mother (Signature Editions, 2008) was short-listed for the Stephan G. Stephansson Award as well as the Canadian Authors Association Poetry Award.
Su Croll’s third poetry collection, Cold Metal (Turnstone Press, 2019) was short-listed for a High Plains Book Award.
Her novel, Seeing Martin (Pedlar Press, 2020) was short-listed for a ReLit Award.
Su Croll has published widely in Canadian Literary magazines and anthologies, and has won awards for both fiction and poetry.
She has an MA in Creative Writing and a BFA in Film (animation) from Concordia University in Montreal. She also has a BA in English and Visual Art from the University of Ottawa. She teaches English as a Second Language, and lives in Edmonton with her family.