Suzanne Moore is an ex-veterinarian fiction writer. Her first novel 'The Place Between' explores the mother-daughter relationship in the context of history, time and identity.
Suzanne Moore began her professional career as a small animal veterinarian with a love of surgery. In 2004 she returned to university to study creative writing as an aside to her veterinary career, and the balance of power between hobby and career shifted in favour of her creative pursuit.
After many years cocooned in her study Suzanne emerged rebranded as a writer, obtaining a PhD in creative writing from Murdoch University. During this time, she developed an interest in women’s narratives and time theory while juggling two small children and a household of geriatric pets.
Suzanne’s novelette, ‘The Station’—an eerie tale of a young girl’s journey through time and place—was published in Tincture in 2013.
Suzanne lives amongst the trees in the Perth hills. When she isn’t writing and the snow is deep, you can find her snowboarding in Japan with her family.
Bachelor of Science - Veterinary Biology
Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery
Bachelor of Arts - English and Creative Writing
Honours - English and Creative Writing
PhD - English and Comparative Literature (Creative Writing)
Author talks scheduled for:
- Rockingham Library - 2 April 2020
- Margaret River Library - 4 April 2020
- Clarkson Library - 21 May 2020
- Manning Library - 27 May 2020
- Busselton Library - 4 June 2020
The Place Between
Publisher: Journeys to Words Publishing
Publ. date: 2020
Genre: Magic Realism, Feminist Literature
Publisher: Tincture, Spring 2013
Publ. date: 2013
Genre: Magic Realism
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