Susanne Paola Antonetta also goes by Susanne Antonetta. Antonetta is the name for much of her prose works. Suzanne has published nonfiction including The Terrible Unlikelihood of Our Being Here, Make Me a Mother,A Mind Apart: Travels in the Neurodiverse, and Body Toxic. Her new book, The Devil’s Castle, is forthcoming. Her grants and awards include a New York Times Notable Book, an American Book Award, Ken Johnson/Nami award, a Pushcart, a finalist for poetry’s Lenore Marshall Award, and grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and other agencies. She also edits the Bellingham Review.
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