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Susan Baruch

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Susan Baruch is a retired Kodak scientist/engineer with thirteen U.S. patents to her credit. As a writer, her first published piece was a humorous essay entitled, It’s Personal, which was featured in the anthology: A Cup of Comfort for Women in Love published by Adams Media in October 2005. More recently her short story, A Perfect Confluence, was featured in an on-line journal called JewishFiction.net.

Currently Susan works as a volunteer in the art room of the Jewish Home of Rochester and as a tutor at one of Rochester’s city schools. In her spare time she runs a neighborhood book club, belongs to a second book club, sings with the Rochester Women’s Community Chorus and has recently completed a screenplay based on her novel Paternity.

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Paternity opens in Rochester in 1980, when Joel Berger is diagnosed with terminal cancer. As the son of Holocaust survivors, he vows to continue the genetic legacy of two people who fought to live against..." Read more of this review »
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