Susanne Antonetta also goes by Suzanne Paola. Antonetta is the name for much of her prose works. Suzanne has published nonfiction including A Mind Apart: Travels in the Neurodiverse and Body Toxic. Grants and awards include a New York Times Notable Book, an American Book Award, Ken Johnson/Nami award, best book of the year listings by Spirituality and Health, Science and Spirit, amazon.com, and Library Journal, a Pushcart, a finalist for poetry’s Lenore Marshall Award, and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and other agencies.
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