Amherst, NY Barnes & Noble
Suzanne will be hosting an author meet and greet on August 19, 1 pm at the Amherst Barnes & Noble. Signed and personalized copies of the novel available.
Wilson Community Library Book Talk & Signing
Come join Suzanne for a book talk and Lost Souls of Leningrad signing on Wednesday, August 23 at 6:30 pm.
2023 Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY) Silver Medalist in Military/Wartime Fiction
2022 Foreword Indies Book Awards Gold Medalist in Military/Wartime Fiction
2022 Foreword Indies Book Awards Finalist
Portland Tribune: Suzanne Parry writes of sad history in ‘Lost Souls of Leningrad‘
DIY MFA Podcast: Episode 435: Family, Soviet History, and the Power of Art in Historical Fiction – Interview with Suzanne Parry
The Culture Buzz with John Busbee Podcast
The Lost Souls of Leningrad featured in Ms. Career Girl
The Lost Souls of Leningrad featured in WE Magazine for Women
Powell’s City of Books, November 10
Suzanne discussed her debut historical novel, Lost Souls of Leningrad, in conversation with Suzy
Vitello at Powell’s downtown to a large (over 120) and enthusiastic audience. Equal parts World
War II epic, family saga, and love story, this compelling tale is both a testament to human
resilience and a harsh indictment of war and authoritarianism. Suzanne is a longtime Portland
resident who once worked at the Pentagon where she negotiated security issues with the
Soviets. Click here to read about the event.
Historical Novel Society Conference 2023
Suzanne presented a session titled, World War II Fiction: The Lesser-Trod Corners and
Characters, at the HNS conference in San Antonio, TX in June 2023. She was joined by fellow
author Maryka Biaggio. Click here to read about the conference.