Shreve, Susan R(ichards)
SHREVE, Susan R(ichards)
SHREVE, Susan R(ichards). American, b. 1939. Genres: Novels, Children's fiction. Career: Professor of English Literature, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, since 1976. Visiting Professor, Columbia University, NYC, since 1982. President, PEN-Faulkner Foundation Former secondary sch. English teacher. Publications: A Fortunate Madness, 1974; The Nightmares of Geranium Street, 1977; A Woman Like That, 1977; Loveletters, 1978; Children of Power, 1979; Family Secrets, 1979; The Masquerade, 1980; Miracle Play, 1981; The Bad Dreams of a Good Girl, 1982; The Revolution of Mary Leary, 1982; Dreaming of Heroes, 1984; The Flunking of Joshua T. Bates, 1984; How I Saved the World on Purpose, 1985; Lucy Forever and Miss Shrinks Inc., 1985; Queen of Hearts, 1987; Lily and the Runaway Baby, 1987; A Country of Strangers, 1989; Joshua T. Bates in Charge, 1990; Daughters of the New World, 1990; The Gift of the Girl Who Couldn't Hear, 1991; Wait for Me, 1992; Amy Dunn Quits School, 1993; The Train Home, 1993; Lucy Forever, Miss Rosetree, and the Stolen Baby, 1994; The Wimp, 1995; The Formerly Great Alexander Family, 1995; Zoe and Colombo, 1995; Lucy Forever and Miss Rosetree, Shrinks, 1996; Goalie, 1996; Visiting Physician, 1996; Warts, 1996; Jonah the Whale, 1997; Joshua T. Bates in Trouble Again, 1997; Ghost Cats, 1999; Goodbye Amanda the Good, 2000; Plum and Jaggers (novel), 2000; Blister, 2001; Trout and Me, 2002. EDITOR: Outside the Law, 1997; How We Want to Live, 1998. Address: English Dept, George Mason University, 4400 University Dr, Fairfax, VA 22030-4443, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]
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