Susan Goldsmith Wooldridge is a poet and teacher who conducts workshops privately, as well as in the California Poets in the Schools program. Her exuberant, critically acclaimed teaching guide takes instructors, writers, and general readers into the very heart and intensity of life and the craft of expressing what one feels through the written word.
About the Author
SUSAN WOOLDRIDGE is probably best known to the public for her role as Daphne Manners in the award-winning The Jewel in the Crown, for which she was BAFTA-nominated and won the ALVA (Asian Listeners and Viewers of Great Britain) award for Best Actress. Having trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama and Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris, Susan followed in the footsteps of her mother, the actress Margaretta Scott, and worked extensively on the stage both in London and around the country in repertory theatre. She went on to become a well-known face on both television and film, winning the BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in John Boorman s Hope and Glory. Having appeared in the award-winning BBC drama Bad Company, about the Bridgewater Four, Susan became actively involved in the campaign to overturn this terrible miscarriage of justice. Susan lives in London with her partner, writer and theatre director Andy de la Tour.