A non-fiction writer, Suzanne Guillette is the author of Much to Your Chagrin: A Memoir of Embarrassment (Atria, 2009). She has written about boxing, generosity, intuition, the genre of memoir and more. She lives in New York City.
- AMERICANAVoters kibitz on City Island, New York City’s own Small Town, USAQuartz • November 8, 2016
- LESSONS IN HUMILITYThe conversation about Trump can’t end at outrage and condemnationQuartz • October 14, 2016
- GIVE TO GETBottom up giving: The company that lets employees choose which local charities to supportQuartz • December 17, 2015
- ALL YOU NEEDCan love be the right metric for a billion-dollar philanthropy? A Buffett scion aims to find outQuartz • December 9, 2015
- NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAYHere’s what some of the world’s most charitable people are grateful for receiving in their own livesQuartz • November 12, 2015
- HOW WE GIVE NOWIn Brooklyn, stroke patients learn to speak again–in two languagesQuartz • July 21, 2015