Susan Conley

Susan Conley lived in Beijing for more than two years, and returned to Portland, Maine, with her husband and two sons in December 2009.

She is cofounder and executive director of the Telling Room, a writers’ workshop and literary hub for the region. She was an associate editor at Ploughshares and has led creative writing seminars at Emerson College in Boston. Ms. Conley’s work has been published in the New York Times Magazine as well as The Paris Review, Harvard Review, Ploughshares, and other literary magazines.

She is currently working on a novel and settling back into life in the States.

Books Authored

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"quite a nicely baked short yarn, rather than a novel, but written a bit like a soufflé, rising in the oven but when eaten there isn’t that much substance."

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Susan Conley writes a compelling biological memoir about life changes: geographic, physical, and emotional.