American born Susan Schwartz Senstad holds Masters’ degrees in psychology and fiction writing. She practiced in the U.S., Italy, and Norway as a psychotherapist and communications teacher and works now as a writer and editorial consultant. Her prize-winning first novel, ‘Music for the Third Ear’, was translated and published in five countries, and adapted and broadcast internationally as the ‘BBC Radio 4 Friday Play’, ‘Zero’. She lives in Oslo with her Norwegian husband with whom she shares three children and five grandchildren.
Milk and Venom
Millicent Milner is over 30 now but still floundering and in pain, still running away. So is her big sister, Geena. Why? Everyone fawned over their suburban American parents. “You girls are so lucky! Such a charming mother you have! And that dynamic father!” Geena – wickedly funny and outra...