Massie, Suzanne

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MASSIE, Suzanne

MASSIE, Suzanne. American, b. 1931. Genres: History. Career: Time and Life magazines, researcher and reporter, 1952-53; Time/Life Books, researcher, 1965-67; Gourmet, managing editor, 1967; free-lance writer, 1967-. Consultant on Russian affairs to U.S. President Ronald Reagan, beginning in 1984; President's U.S.-Soviet Exchange Initiative, special advisor, 1986-87; Harvard University Russian Research Center, visiting scholar, 1986-87, fellow, 1987-; General Theological Seminary, professor of Anglican Studies, 1993. Publications: (with R.K. Massie) Journey, 1975; Land of the Firebird: The Beauty of Old Russia, 1980; Pavlovsk: The Life of a Russian Palace, 1990. EDITOR: (and researcher) R.K. Massie, Nicholas and Alexandra, c. 1967; (and trans. with M. Hayward and G.L. Kline) The Living Mirror: Five Young Poets from Leningrad, 1972. Contributor to magazines. Address: PO Box 1569, Blue Hill, ME 04614, U.S.A.