About Susan Froetschel
Susan Froetschel, a journalist, is the author of five suspense novels that study how parents resist policies that most others in their community take for granted.
She began her career in New York City working for Self, House Beautiful and Esquire magazines before moving to Alaska, where her reporting for The Daily Sentinel was recognized with national and state press awards. She later studied at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and has written about business, environmental protection, nonprofits, health care and more.
She taught writing classes at Yale and magazine writing and literary journalism for Southern Connecticut State University. In 2005 she joined the staff of YaleGlobal Online, an independent, public-service magazine based at Yale University's MacMillan Center. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, National Book Critics Circle, National Federation of Press Women, Military Writers Society of America, and International Thriller Writers.
Contact: susan @ froetschel.com