About Susan

Susan Ksiezopolski is the founder of WriteWell, established to support organizations and individuals in creating a path to success and wellness by unleashing the power of writing.

An award winning writer, she has published two poetry books “My Words, from my heart through my hands”, “Writing for Change” and a creative writing aid “The Writer’s Workbook, Free the Writer Within”. The focus of Susan’s writing is not solely for telling her own stories and for her own self-expression but to also help others to be inspired to tap into their writing voice and capture their stories. Her motto is “Everyone has a right to have their voice heard it they choose to use it, regardless of their circumstances”.

Susan is a member of the Canadian Authors Association, The Canadian League of Poets, The Ontario Poets Society, The Mississauga Writer’s Group and a graduate of the Humber School for Writers. She has been featured in, Canadian Immigrant magazine and numerous other on-line platforms. Susan’s also volunteers with the Toronto Writer’s Collective, delivering workshops that “encourage voice and illuminate undiscovered strength in the most vulnerable communities to transform lives”.  

Susan also volunteers with the Mississauga Writers Group, running the Random Acts of Poetry and the Monthly Member Meeting speaker series. She is on the Board of Directors for the Mississauga Writers Group and is a regular contributor to the Word Fest Anthologies.

She runs creative writing workshops across the Greater Toronto Area, incorporating her training as a certified HeartMath ®  Building Personal Resilience coach into her work. Susan is currently working on her fourth book related to personal resilience.

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Contact Susan at: info@mywordsnow.com