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Suzanne Disheroon-Green

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Natchitoches, Louisiana, United States

Suzanne Disheroon-Green, Ph.D. serves as Associate Professor of American Literature and Director of Graduate Studies in English at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Her research interests include the works of southern writers, especially as they are influenced by race, class, and gender; Louisiana writers; women’s writing; and turn-of-the-century American literature. She is co-author of five books: At Fault by Kate Chopin: A Scholarly Edition with Background Readings (2001) and Kate Chopin: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Work (1999) with David J. Caudle and Songs of the New South: Writing Contemporary Louisiana (2001), Songs of the Reconstructing South: Building Literary Louisiana, 1865-1945 (2002), and a volume in the Dictionary of Literary Biography series titled Twenty-first Century American Novelists, all co-edited with Lisa Abney. Her work has also appeared in journals such as Southern Quarterly and Southern Studies. She has most recently served as the general editor of Voices of the American South, published by Longman in 2005. She is presently working on a book tracing a baseball road-trip and on her first novel.

Interests: southern literature, women's writing, baseball, teaching writing, fiction

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • At Fault by Kate Chopin: A Scholarly Edition with Background Readings
  • Nonfiction

  • 21st Century American Novelists -- Dictionary of Literary Biography
  • Songs of the Reconstructing South: Building Literary Louisiana, 1865-1945
  • Songs of the New South: Writing Contemporary Louisiana
  • Kate Chopin: An Annotated Bibliography of Critical Works
  • The Literary Legacy of John Kennedy Toole
  • Other

  • Voices of the American South