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Susan Nussbaum's plays have been widely produced. In 2008 she was cited by the Utne Reader as one of '50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World' for her work with girls with disabilities. Good Kings, Bad Kings is her first novel. She lives in Chicago, America.
April 2014 Debut of the Month. Set in a USA home for physically and mentally challenged children and told using the alternating voices of seven people (three are disabled youngsters, three are employees , and one is a recruiter trying to keep the place full) this grim, but at times funny, emotionally engrossing read will definitely leave its mark. This powerful and inspiring character-based debut was the 2012 winner of Barbara Kingsolver's PEN/Bellwether Prize for fiction 12 months before it was actually published!