Lisa Suhay

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Lisa Suhay (born 1965) is an American journalist and children's book author.[1] She lives in Norfolk, Virginia.


  • 1991 - Suhay functioned as a foreign correspondent on a freelance basis during Operation Desert Storm reporting from Saudi Arabia and Tel Aviv.[citation needed]
  • 1996 - became Bureau Chief of the Marco Island Eagle located in Marco Island, Florida.
  • 1999 - became a contract writer for the New York Times.[2]


  • Tell Me a Story andTell Me Another Story (Paraclete Press, Brewster, Massachusetts, 2000 and 2001)according to Christian Fiction: A Guide to the Genre By John Mort.[3]
  • Dream Catchers with Pippi Longstocking Illustrator Louis S. Glanzman (Marsh Media, St. Louis, Missouri 2001)
  • Haddy the Doorstopasaurus (Franklin Mason Press, Trenton, New Jersey 2003)
  • There Goes a Mermaid! A NorFolktale (The Virginian-Pilot, Norfolk, Virginia 2003)
  • Our Fantasy Island (Fantasy Island Amusement Park, New Jersey 2005)
  • The Mermaids and Yellow Jack, A NorFolktale (Bon Secours Foundation 2006)
  • Audio Tape: Tell Me a Story: A Dialogue with Deepak Chopra. (Harmony House 1998)

Personal life[edit]

Suhay was born Lisa Goldenthal. Her father was Jewish and her mother was Catholic.[4] Suhay wrote about her recent conversion in the Virginia-Pilot to Islam in Ramadan 2017.[5]


  1. "Suhay, Lisa 1965-". WorldCat Identities. Retrieved April 23, 2010.
  2. "Suhay Regional Writer For NYT". Retrieved December 1, 2010.
  3. "Review of Tell Me A Story". Reviewed by Joshua Kuritzky, July 2000. Retrieved December 1, 2010.
  5. "Ramadan's Promise in the Eyes of a New Muslim". Retrieved June 12, 2017.

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