They offered this information about themselves:
This is all rather new to us. Susan is a widely published classical music composer and Warren is an architect and an architectural historian. Our first historical novel, We, the House, is based on Warren's great-grandfather's 1878 house in Newton. In fact, the house itself - an Italianate gem - is the narrator and one of the two protagonists. The other is an early-American portrait that hangs on its dining room wall. We are both enamored of the landscape of the Flint Hills. The Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve is a favorite destination.
Warren lectures regularly on the 1833 invention of balloon framing and how it was subsequently essential to the settlement of the prairie. The lecture is filled with his photographs of houses around the Flint Hills, in particular.
Our publisher is Blue Cedar Press in Wichita and I believe Gretchen Eick there is a member of your group.
We are working on a new historical novel that is set in another historic house in Chicago called Glessner House. In that book the narrator is the renowned architect Henry Hobson Richardson who happens to have been six years deceased when the action takes place, in 1893.
Susan was born and raised in Kansas City and Warren has rather strayed from his family's Kansas roots. Both now live in New York City. We will be in various parts of Kansas for readings of We, the House in January then again in April of 2022.
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