Susan Hubbard
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Susan Hubbard

Susan Hubbard is the author of seven books, including the Ethical Vampire Series published by Simon & Schuster: THE SEASON OF RISKS (2010), THE YEAR OF DISAPPEARANCES (2008), and THE SOCIETY OF S (2007). Hubbard's short story collection, BLUE MONEY, won the Janet Heidinger Kakfa Prize for best book of prose by an American woman published in 1999. Her first book, WALKING ON ICE, received the AWP Short Fiction Prize. With Robley Wilson, Hubbard coedited 100% PURE FLORIDA FICTION, an anthology of the best stories set in Florida. Her fiction has appeared in several literary journals and has been translated and published in more than fifteen countries.

Hubbard is a professor of English at the University of Central Florida, where she received the College of Arts & Humanities' Distinguished Researcher Award in 2008. She has won teaching awards from Syracuse University, Cornell University, the University of Central Florida, and the South Atlantic Administrators of Departments of English. She has received writers' residencies at Yaddo, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Djerassi Resident Artists' Project, and Cill Rialaig. In 2002-03 she served as President of Associated Writers and Writing Programs (AWP). For more information, please visit www.susanhubbard.com
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Reviews:

*NPR called the Ethical Vampire Series"elusive, complex, poetic, and sophisticated."

*The Ft. Myers News-Press
 called THE SOCIETY OF S "...the year's most intriguing fiction debut to date," and in reviewing THE YEAR OF DISAPPEARANCES, noted, "Anyone still lingering under the misconception that academics can't compete in the majors would be well advised to pick up either of Hubbard's novels, which combine the creepiness of Stephen King with the acute social commentary of the Beats, Philip K. Dick and Don De Lillo." May 25, 2008

*The Sacramento Bee summarized THE SOCIETY OF S this way:
"...this beautifully written literary novel works as a touching coming-of-age story about a child in search of her missing mother." June 24, 2007

* New River Voice noted: "Amid the proliferation of new fiction this year, two brightly macabre novels stand out as fine summer reads: Stephen King's DUMA KEY and Susan Hubbard's THE YEAR OF DISAPPEARANCES." -July 14, 2008

* "Hubbard tells a good story and provides some acerbic political satire." --The Rocky Mountain News, July 24, 2008

"With a delicate touch, the talented Hubbard manages to merge environmental concerns with a murder mystery, a coming of age tale with a literary vampire twist." The St. Petersburg Times, May 14, 2008

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