Suzannah Gilman

PO Box 2487Post Office Box 2487Winter Park, FL 32790-2487

Author's Bio

Suzannah Gilman attended Rollins College while raising four children, graduating with honors. She also graduated from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and is a licensed attorney who practiced commercial real estate law and family law. She represented victims of domestic violence under a grant from the Department of Justice. Gilman has published poetry, essays, fiction, and nonfiction. Her poems have appeared or will appear in such publications as The Florida Review, The Rollins Book of Verse 1885-2010, Pearl, CALYX Journal, Slow Trains, The Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Family Matters: Poems of our Families, Levure Litteráire, and The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. She has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Publications and Prizes


I Will Meet You at the River
(Finishing Line Press,


Family Matters: Poems of Our Families
(Bottom Dog Press,
The Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry
(Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry,


Calyx Journal
The Florida Review
Literary Mama
Green Hills Literary Lantern
Pearl Magazine
Slow Trains
Poets Against the War
The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature
The Cafe Review
Prick of the Spindle
Florida Community College Press Association Award - First Place, Poetry

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Listing last updated: February 15, 2014.

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