Press, Media, Event Planners, Librarians, Booksellers
Book Club Leaders, and Bloggers
Press and Media:
To schedule an interview with Susan, please contact Giselle Marie Roig, Publicist, email@example.com. 212-782-8609
Click here to download color images of Susan.
Click here for a high resolution image of the cover of Clara and Mr. Tiffany.
To obtain an Advanced Reader's Edition (ARE), please write to Giselle Marie Roig, Publicist, firstname.lastname@example.org, 212-782-8609.
To schedule an event with Susan during her tour, please contact Giselle Marie Roig, Publicist, email@example.com. 212-782-8609
For organizations and museums wishing to make inquiries through an independent lecture agent, please contact Arlynn Greenbaum at Authors Unlimited, Arlynnj@cs.com, 212-481-8484.
For universities, teachers organizations, libraries, writers conferences, and for venues in Southern California wishing to schedule an event, please email Susan directly.
For a list of topics, past speaking engagements, and for letters of recommendation, go to "For Event Planners"
You'll find a list of Susan's upcoming appearances here.
To request that Susan contribute to your blog or be interviewed for your blog, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
To be added to Susan's mailing list, click here.
You are welcome to post on Susan's Facebook Fan Page. See Facebook link at the bottom of any page. She has no blog, but the News and Notes page is similar in that it posts selected letters from readers.
Susan Vreeland is the internationally known author of art-related historical fiction. Her newest, Clara and Mr. Tiffany, as well as three earlier books, are New York Times Best Sellers. Luncheon of the Boating Party reveals Renoir's masterpiece, the personalities involved in its making, and the joie de vivre of late nineteenth century Paris. Life Studies is a collection of stories of Impressionist painters and contemporary people encountering art. Girl in Hyacinth Blue traces an alleged Vermeer painting through the centuries. The Passion of Artemisia illuminates Italian Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi. The Forest Lover follows rebel British Columbia painter Emily Carr in her encounters with native peoples and cultures. What Love Sees, a love story of a blind couple who refuse to accept limitations. Three of these books have been winners of the Theodor Geisel Award, the highest honor given by the San Diego Book Awards. Vreeland's novels have been translated into twenty-six languages, and have frequently been selected as Book Sense Picks. She was a high school English teacher in San Diego for thirty years.