Award-winning writer Suki Casanave has
climbed trees, boarded boats, and visited the White House in pursuit of good stories. She has written about America’s love affair with the lawn, citizens fighting sprawl, life with a disabled
child, and the technology of ocean mapping.
Her work has appeared in Smithsonian, Family Circle, Ladies’ Home Journal, the Washington Post, Attaché, Yankee, Architectural Record, the Christian Science Monitor, and the Los Angeles
Times. She is the author of Natural Wonders of New Hampshire (NTC Publishing). And she wrote the narrative for a four-part “great trains, great chefs” travel series that aired nationwide on PBS. Along with her freelance writing, she is an associate editor at the University of
New Hampshire Magazine. A member of the
American Society of Journalists and Authors, Casanave writes from her home on the seacoast of New Hampshire.