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Bio
Sue Woodman is a journalist, author, broadcaster, and voice-over professional.

Born and educated in England, she began her journalism career as a reporter for BBC domestic and World Service Radio, and as a regular contributor to the Guardian, the New Statesman, and Time Out.

Since moving to New York City, she has worked as a feature writer for numerous publications, including The Nation, New York Woman, McCalls, Redbook, Allure, Parenting, Harper's Bazaar, Ms. She specializes in social and health issues, and wrote the Staying Alive pages for AARP's My Generation. She currently writes for a number of websites, including ElderLawAnswers and CultureCatch.

Sue is the author of "Last Rights: the Struggle over the Right to Die," as well as a novel, "Provenance:Unknown," and two screenplays.

Her voice work includes narration for BBC and UNICEF documentaries, independent films, and commercials.

Contact Sue at: SueWoodman@aol.com