BA, Bryn Mawr College, 2000
MFA, University of Florida, 2004
PhD, University of Cincinnati, 2011
Suzanne Warren is a fiction writer and essayist whose areas of specialization include creative writing and 20th/21st-century American literature. At the University of Puget Sound, she teaches classes in hemispheric literature, advanced and introductory courses in fiction-writing, genre classes in the personal essay and novel-in-stories, and multi-genre introductory courses in creative writing. She also teaches a first-year composition course in American autobiography.
Suzanne is at work on a manuscript of linked short stories entitled The Country of Husbands. Her story of the same name was originally published in Gulf Coast and won a Sequestrum Editor’s Reprint Prize, and Post Road selected her story “The Raspberry King” to appear in its Guest Folio and awarded it third prize in its annual Flash Fiction Contest. Other work appears or is forthcoming in Narrative, The Cincinnati Review, Memorious, The Prague Revue, and Versal, whose editors nominated her story “The Reindeer Daughter” for a Pushcart Prize. Writing awards include fellowships at the Whiteley Center at Friday Harbor, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Ucross Foundation.