Susan Braudy

Author and journalist

Susan Braudy is an author and journalist who has written for the New York Times, Newsweek, Ms.and The Atlantic Monthly. Her most recent book was nominated for a Pulitzer and is a history of the American left—Family Circle, the Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left. Her previous books are Between Marriage and Divorce a Woman’s Diary, the novels Who Killed Sal Mineo and What The Movies Made Me Do as well as This Crazy Thing Called Love, a non-fiction account of the Woodward family. She has also been a vice-president of Warner Brothers. Susan Braudy blogs about the quirky details of Manhattan life in her blog, Manhattan Voyeur.