Susanna Gross

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Susanna Gross (born 1968 or 1969) has been literary editor of The Mail on Sunday[1] since 1999.

She is also a keen bridge player. She has been bridge columnist for The Spectator since 2000[citation needed] and has played for England in home international competition for the Lady Milne Trophy.[2] That is the annual tournament for women teams, parallel in structure to the Camrose Trophy competition for open teams.


Gross was born in London and educated at the University of York. She previously worked as an editor at the Daily Mail, was features editor of Harper's Bazaar, and was deputy editor of The Week.

The daughter of literary critic and writer John Gross and of literary editor Miriam Gross, she is married to the novelist and critic John Preston (Sunday Telegraph TV critic as of 2006).[1] Her brother Tom Gross is a journalist and international affairs commentator, specialising in the Middle East.


  1. ^ a b "Inside Story: Stars of the ultimate book group". The Independent. 9 October 2006. Retrieved 2010-03-02. 
  2. ^ Mahmood, Zia (27 January 2011). "Age is no barrier". The Guardian. Retrieved 2011-01-27. 

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