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Moore at the 2007 Brooklyn Book Festival
|Born||December 9, 1945|
|Occupation||Writer, actress, production designer, costume designer|
|Spouse||Richard Sylbert (1973–1978)|
Susanna Moore (born December 9, 1945) is an American writer.
Moore was born in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania and grew up in Hawaii. Her memoir, I Myself Have Seen It: The Myth of Hawaii gives the reader deep insight into a life in Hawaii other than that presented by tourist brochures.
In 1999, she received the Academy Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters; in 2006 she received a Fellowship in Literature at the American Academy in Berlin; and in 2007 she received a Fellowship in Literature from the Asian Cultural Council.
Susanna Moore was Visiting Lecturer in Creative Writing at Yale University in 1988, 1989 and 1994; Visiting Lecturer at New York Graduate School in 1995; Creative Writing Teacher at Brooklyn Metropolitan Detention Center between 2004 and 2006; and Lecturer of Creative Writing at Princeton University between 2007 and 2009. During May to August 2009, Susanna Moore was Writer-in-Residence at Australia's University of Adelaide.
- My Old Sweetheart (1982) ISBN 0-679-77641-9
- The Whiteness of Bones (1989) ISBN 1-4000-7504-1
- Sleeping Beauties (1993)
- In the Cut (1995) ISBN 0-452-28129-6 & ISBN 0-452-28480-5 (filmed by Jane Campion starring Meg Ryan)
- One Last Look (2003) ISBN 1-4000-7541-6
- The Big Girls (2007) ISBN 1-4000-4190-2 and ISBN 978-1-4000-4190-9
- The Life of Objects (2012) ISBN 0307268438 and ISBN 978-0307268433
- Paradise of the Pacific (2015) ISBN 978-0374298777
- "Citigroup Fellow, Class of Fall 2006". American Academy in Berlin. Retrieved March 11, 2012.
- Peter Biskind "Star" Warren Beatty Biography
- Susanna Moore at the Internet Movie Database
- Susanna Moore: Women Behind Bars
- Susanna Moore: The Morning News
- Susanna Moore on Amazon
- The New York Times
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- Princeton University: Moore, a graceful novelist, pushes students to be daring