AB, Bryn Mawr College, 2000
MFA, University of Florida, 2004
PhD, University of Cincinnati, 2011
Suzanne Warren is a fiction writer whose areas of specialization include creative writing, 20th/21st-century American literature, and contemporary hemispheric 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 Bad Gift. Her fiction and nonfiction appear in publications including Narrative, Gulf Coast, The Cincinnati Review, and Versal, which nominated her fiction for a Pushcart Prize. She has earned residency fellowships at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Ucross Foundation.
Suzanne is a co-organizer of UPS’s The Caribbean Writer Series: Dialogues on Identity, Immigration, and Art. Her interview with Haitian-Canadian scholar and novelist Myriam Chancy, an upcoming speaker in the series, can be viewed here.