Suzanne Matson



Suzanne Matson was born in Portland, Oregon, and studied at Portland State University and the University of Washington. Her first novel, The Hunger Moon, was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick. Her third, The Tree-Sitter, was short-listed for the PEN New England/L. L. Winship Award. She has published two poetry collections with Alice James Books, teaches at Boston College, and lives in Newton, Massachusetts.
 
Novels
thumbthumbthumbthumb
 
Collections
   Sea Level (poems) (1990)
   Durable Goods (poems) (1993)
thumbthumb
 
Novellas
   Pie (2014)
thumb
 
Visitors to this page also looked at these authors