Susan Juby is a Nanaimo, B.C.-based writer who has published books in several genres. Her first novel was the YA book Alice, I Think, the first in a popular series about a lovable oddball teenager named Alice MacLeod. Other books include the memoir Nice Recovery, which chronicles Juby's battle with alcoholism, and Republic of Dirt, winner of the Leacock Medal for Humour.
Juby's most recent book is the YA novel The Fashion Committee and is set in a competitive arts-focused secondary school.
Juby is also a columnist for CBC Radio's The Next Chapter.
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