Suzanne Patricia Currie was born in 1976, in the town of Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. Growing up at Connaught and Oxbow Park Public Schools, she enjoyed creative writing, and was always complemented by her teachers on her short stories. She developed her writing skills further at Collingwood Collegiate Institute, taking english courses and working on the school yearbook, and publishing her poetry in two "buy-a-book-get-your-poem-published" volumes. After graduating in 1995, Suzanne left Collingwood to attend York University in Toronto as a Physics and Astronomy major -- this choice had won over studying Medieval Studies at Waterloo. After a difficult first year, she switched to Combined Honours Biology and Geography, finally graduating in 2000. Despite her previous job experience in Alumni Affairs and her academic background in science, Suzanne pursued a career in writing. She completed a short internship at Equinox magazine after finishing university, resulting in two articles being published in Equinox and one in Canadian Geographic. She then worked in marketing at a major internet franchise, then in the franchising department of a major food franchise; she currently works in sales at an online company. Suzanne occasionally does freelance writing and researching.
Currie, Suzanne. November/December 2000. "Tree Power." In Canadian Geographic, pg. 27.
Currie, Suzanne. September 2000. "Attack of the Red-Billed Oxpeckers." In Equinox Magazine, no. 112, pg. 18.
Currie, Suzanne. July 2000. "Ontario Energy Goes Green." In Equinox Magazine, no. 111, pg. 76.
Currie, Suzanne P. September 29, 2000. "York Observatory: York's Window to the Universe." In The Lexicon, Vol. 28, Issue 1, pg. 5. (printed version has been over-edited)
Currie, Suzanne. September 29, 2000. "On the State of the Washrooms." In The Lexicon, Vol. 28, Issue 1, pg. 3. (printed version has been over-edited, half of article missing)
Currie, Suzanne Patricia. April 5, 1999. "Students: 'Save Thorna'" In The Lexicon ('The Pepsicon'), Vol. 27, Issue 10.89, pg. 6.
Currie, Suzanne Patricia. April 5, 1999. "York's latest rights deal will bring in revenue." In The Lexicon ('The Pepsicon'), Vol. 27, Issue 10.89, pg. 6.
Currie, Suzanne. March 15, 1999. "A Scientific Perspective on York's Chiropractic Question." In The Lexicon, Vol. 27, Issue 9, pg. 9.
Currie, Suzanne. February 8, 1999. "Sex, Flies, and Videotape." In The Lexicon ('The Sexicon'), Vol. 27, Issue 7, pg. 16.
Currie, Suzanne. November 9, 1998. "Saxon Unleashes New CD." In The Lexicon, Vol. 27, Issue 4, pg. 13.
Currie, Suzanne P. 1995. "The Battlefield." In Musings, Deborah Case and Robert Lawrence, Editors. pg. 111.
Currie, Suzanne P. 1994. "The Battlefield." In A Far Off Place, Robert Graziul, Editor. pg. 34.
The Amazing Technicolor Goldfish Page since 1995; ScienceLives! Online since 1999.
various letters to the editor, miscellaneous, etc.
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