Susan Sisko Carter
My pieces in HuffPost about my adventures in Paris
Stories that need no melodies
"Susan Sisko Carter writes like she sings: she's sultry, yet playful, mixing the improvisation of jazz with the urgency of rock n' roll."
-- Michele Kort, author of the book "Soul Picnic: the Music and Passion of Laura Nyro."
While it is true that I have written teleplays for some of the major producers in television––David Simon, Gavin Polone, David Chase––it is also true that I wanted to live in Paris...and write in Paris. I have done both. The City of Lights inspires me. It tinges my music, my stories; my womanliness. I wrote much of my new book in Paris cafes, including Closerie des Lilas, one of Hemingway's famous haunts. And I wrote the last scene on Pont Neuf: the most romantic bridge in Paris.
You can be sure, I will give you a boisterous shoutout when my book is available. In the meantime...
Meeting George Carlin
in a vegan restaurant
My message to Harvey Pekar