Dr Suzanne Moss is a horticultural education professional and researcher in eighteenth-century gardens and collections. The history of gardens as scientific collections is a particular interest and was the subject of her PhD and subsequent post-doctorate research fellowship. The history of sexuality has become a recent fascination while trying to write this book. A background in both archaeology and horticulture means she can dig a really excellent hole, both literally and metaphorically.
Sue lives in Hampshire, UK with her wife Milly and dogs Wilma and Pheebs. She is originally from Yorkshire and misses it. In her spare time she’s renovating a house, doing the garden and writing books – it really sounds quite wholesome doesn’t it.
She finds writing about herself in the third person weird.