Susan Tyler Hitchcock
Susan Tyler Hitchcock has been writing all her life. Her first book, Gather Ye Wild Things: A Forager's Year, was published by Harper & Row in 1980. Since then she has authored 12 more books of her own, ranging from a memoir about a year-long sailing trip with her husband and two small children to a cultural history of Frankenstein's monster, continuing work she began while earning her PhD in English at the University of Virginia. In 2001 she began working as a book editor for National Geographic, focusing on nature and science especially. In that role, she has developed dozens of new titles and contributed writing for many of them. She is thrilled that National Geographic will publish her next book, Into the Forest, in 2022. She lives in the country south of Charlottesville, in the house she and her husband built. She tends a garden of flowers and vegetables and roams the forest nearly every day.Read more Read less
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