Posted June 2015
Member Suzanne Feldman shares her path, process and advice as an author of science fiction and literary fiction.
Suzanne Feldman tells us about her background as a science fiction writer who transitioned to literary fiction, shares her process and advice and discusses her upcoming book Absalom's Daughters.
Suzanne Feldman has been teaching art in the public schools for almost thirty years, and telling stories since she was in preschool. She began her career in science fiction, publishing three novels and 2001 Nebula winner “The Cure for Everything” under the name Severna Park. Today, she writes literary fiction under her own name and has published in numerous literary journals. Her book Absalom’s Daughters will be published by Henry Holt in summer 2016. Suzanne earned her Bachelor’s in Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art and her Masters in Creative Writing from Johns Hopkins University.