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Susan Lynn Meyer

Susan Lynn Meyer was born and grew up in Baltimore, Maryland. She studied literature at Johns Hopkins, UCLA, and Yale and is now a professor of English at Wellesley College, where she teaches Victorian literature, American literature, and creative writing. She is the author of BLACK RADISHES, a middle-grade novel inspired by her fathers’ experiences as a Jewish child in Nazi-occupied France, and of the picture book, MATTHEW AND TALL RABBIT GO CAMPING. She lives with her husband and daughter outside Boston.

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