Suzen Tekla Kruglnska is a freelance writer, editor, researcher, podcaster, and photographer. Her writing has been published in The New York Times, Slate, Salon, and Discover Magazine, where she was a reporter and senior editor, interviewed at least seven Nobel Laureates, and where she edited a science humor column that was nominated for a National Magazine Award under her tenure. She has been a radio host at three community stations, as both a talk show host and a music DJ, and loves guesting on podcasts. She’s also worked in the field of mental healthcare and at arty music non-profits.
She is currently completely submerged in a podcast that looks at ever two minutes and thirty-seven seconds of Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece, The Shining.
She can be reached at sakrug at aol.com, and is proud of the uncoolness of her email address.
AV Club: The guests are in fact stellar…Kruglnska does a wonderful job of steering this ship and defending the often maligned character of Wendy Torrance.
The Celluloid Void: If it’s attention to detail you seek, look no further than THE SHINING 2:37, a truly fantastic podcast in which host Suzen Tekla Kruglnska examines a new two minutes and 37 seconds of the Stanley Kubrick masterpiece each episode with a new guest along for the ride…
BOOK, WRITTEN, THAT NEEDS TO BE PUBLISHED:
Mental Health Survival Guide for Winners, Worriers, Weirdoes, and Serial Killers: What Everyone Needs to Know About Being Nuts
The Shining 2:37 (host, ongoing until February 2019)
Rosemary’s Baby 6:66 (coming in the spring of 2019)
Songs You’re Sick Of: Surrender (as guest host)
A selection of fun shorts in Discover Magazine
Lady Luci’s Cocktail Lounge (link temporarily down)
Overnight Workers: When Day is Night (link temporarily down)
On the Sex Offender Unit (link temporarily down)
The Tradition of the Freak: Is It Okay to Be Fascinated with Human Deformity? (link temporarily down)
A Co-op Struggles in Harlem (link temporarily down)
The Mind Wiped Clean: Amnesia Doesn’t Only Happen in the Soap Operas (link temporarily down)
An Adventure Story, In Which I Actually Drive in Manhattan (link temporarily down)