Suzanne Farrell Smith is a writer, editor, and teacher. Her creative nonfiction has appeared or is forthcoming in the Kenyon Review, Ascent, Post Road, PANK, Crab Creek Review, Anderbo, Hippocampus Magazine, and elsewhere. One essay will be published in Oh Baby!: True Stories About Conception, Adoption, Surrogacy, Pregnancy, Labor, and Love, an upcoming anthology by Creative Nonfiction. Another was named a notable essay in Best American Essays 2014. Fiction appears in Frontier Psychiatrist as well as two health-related anthologies for students. Critical pieces on writing and on education have appeared in the Writer’s Chronicle, the English Record, Hawaii Women’s Journal, and online at Hunger Mountain.
With a BA from Trinity College, an MA from The New School for Social Research, and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts, Suzanne teaches college writing and graduate literacy education, and provides editing services for a wide range of clients.
Suzanne lives with her husband, three sons, and two cats, in a small, sunny apartment at the foot of the United Nations Headquarters in Manhattan.