An award-winning journalist, Suzanne Hovik Fuller worked as a staff writer, women's page editor, and investigative reporter for The Minneapolis Star newspaper, then taught journalism at Kentucky Wesleyan College, the University of Sioux Falls and the University of South Dakota. Hovik Fuller now volunteers for non-profit organizations serving children, families, and the arts in South Dakota and Hawaii, and she has just published her first children’s book. She and her husband, Larry, live in Sioux Falls.
History, Tribal, Young ReadersSioux Code Talkers of World War II
History, South Dakota AuthorsEquality at the Ballot Box: Votes for Women on the Northern Great Plains
Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsBluewords Greening
Poetry, South Dakota AuthorsThe Book of Crooked Prayer