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Susan Crean

Susan Crean

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Susan Crean was born and raised in Toronto. She studied and travelled in Europe in the sixties, and acquired two degrees in art history. She worked as a freelance journalist and television producer through the seventies and began writing full-time in 1981. She has been a member of the editorial collective of This Magazine since 1979. She was also Chair of The Writers' Union from 1991-92.

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Grace Hartman: A Woman for Her Time. Vancouver, BC: New Star Books, 1995.
Twist and Shout: A Decade of Feminist Writing in This Magazine. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1992.
In the Name of the Fathers. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1988.
Newsworthy: The Lives of Media Women. Toronto: Stoddart, 1985.
Two Nations. Toronto: James Lorimer & Company, 1983.
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