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An American freelance writer and teacher based in Brookline, Massachusetts. She has taught numerous courses at Emerson College in the U.S. and at Kasteel Well, and has also taught at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, including women's studies and popular culture courses.
Her books include Divorced, Beheaded, Survived: A Feminist Reinterpretation of the Wives of Henry VIII (Addison Wesley, 1995; Danish ed, pub. Svenska Dagbladet, under title Drottning for ett tag,1996); Friends as Family (Beacon Press, 1981); Shelter from the Storm: Caring for a Child with a Life-Threatening Condition (co-author for Joanne Hilden, M.D. and Daniel R. Tobin, M.D.) (Perseus Books, 2002); Peaceful Dying: The Step-by-Step Guide to Preserving Your Dignity, Your Choice, and Your Inner Peace at the End of Life (co-author for Daniel R. Tobin, M.D.), Perseus Books, 1999; Dr. Susan Love's Hormone Book [co-author], Random House, 1997; Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book (co-author), Addison Wesley,1990, 1995 (second ed.), 2000 (third ed.,2005 fourth ed.), Dutch edition (pub.Anthos/SESAM under title Het Borst Boek: What vrouwen willen weten,1998), German edition (pub. Limes Verlag GmbH, 1996 hardcover, 1997 paper, under title Das Brustbuch); Dr. Susan Love's Hormone Book (co-author) Times Books, 1998; 2003 (second ed.) British edition (pub.Thorsons, under title The Hormone Dilemma: Should You Take HRT?,1997, 2003, second ed.); Chinese Edition, 2002. She has also written two books of poetry, Falling Off the Roof (Alice James Books, 1975) and A Company of Queens (self published, 1978).
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