“A word does not start as a word—it is an end product that begins as an impulse, stimulated by attitude and behaviour which dictate
the need for expression.”
The Empty Space
Susie Hammond is a 2020 graduate of the University of Saskatchewan's MFA in Writing program. Her thesis collection, Contours, explores European Palaeolithic sculpture and painting toward models of bioliteracy and social organization for co-survival in the Anthropocene.
A former arts educator, teacher, and editor, Susie is an alum of the Community of Writers.