Suzanne Pringle is a 27-year-old student at the University of Manitoba. She is in her third year, but after her first year at the University of Calgary (and before that, a year at a Bible school and then a year with YWAM in Vancouver/Mexico), she studied acting at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre, New York City in 2002. After five years of working in Calgary & Vancouver as an ACTRA accredited film/TV/commercial actress/extra/model, she moved back to Manitoba (her birth province) to be with her family, and enrolled at U of M to finish her BFA in Art History.
She continues to write about and support local artists, in any medium, throughout her career.
Says Pringle, "I write poetry and prose, work that is only made public at the insistence of my university pofessors. Creative writing is like inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide: if I don't write, I may asphixiate. I have also written theatre/film/music/art reviews for indie magazines and papers, as well as assisted in writing artists' statements for art shows & online profiles. I've also written academic and personal essays for literary magazines."