Sue Cauhape

Sue Cauhape

Sue Cauhape has lived in the Great Basin most of her life. While studying English at the University of Utah, she cut her writing teeth at the Deseret News. In Santa Cruz, CA, she performed with the Santa Cruz Storytellers, telling everything from folktales to Shakespeare to adults and children. In Truckee, she joined the Jibboom Street Poets and published in Moonshine Ink, the Ash Canyon Review and the Jibboom writers first book of poetry. She wrote feature articles for Our Town Truckee and the Reno Gazette-Journal.

Cauhape currently resides in Nevada on a one-acre backyard farm she calls Rancho Pequeno. She and her husband, Jeff, grow vegies and chickens. They belong to the Backyard Farmers group.

They are also members of CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) and Sue is a team leader.

Be sure to check out her website: and her mini-vacation video:
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Majored in English and writing at University of Utah, Cabrillo College, Sierra College.


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