The best-selling writer, whose new novel features a sinister narrator, lists the 9 antiheroes closest to her heart.
Susan Isaacs Explains How She Got to ‘Goldberg Variations’.
Susan on Ernestine Bradley.
“Write the Story You Want to Tell” appeared in The Writer. Read it as a PDF.
“RIP VIP: We Will Always Love You Michael… Or at Least Until Next Tuesday” appeared on the Huffington Post on July 8 2009.
“The Shmegege Vote: 2008” originally appeared on the Huffington Post on August 21, 2008.
This speech was delivered at Queens College in 2007.
“The Writing Life: How a political speechwriter dumped the pols, fled the office and found honest work” originally appeared in The Washington Post on September 26, 2004.
This speech was given at the 2001 Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allan Poe Awards Dinner Annual.
“Bottom Line: It’s About Politics” originally appeared in Newsday on December 21, 2000.
“Party, Party, Money, Money, Day, Night” originally appeared in Newsday on August 20, 2000.
“Deep Inside Republican Land, Smiles of a Summer’s Night” originally appeared in Newsday on August 6, 2000.
“Bush’s Way: All Tactics, No Substance” originally appeared in Newsday on March 6, 2000.
“Being a Hell of a Guy Doesn’t Do It” originally appeared in Newsday on January 19, 2000.
“My Mets” originally appeared in Newsday on October 19, 1999.
“A Look at… Women on Screen: Searching for More Than a Sex Symbol” originally appeared in The Washington Post on August 15, 1999.
“Long Island Style” was written in 1998, for the NY Times Long Island section.
“Friends, Friends, Friends: Female Buddy Movies” was written in 1989 for the NY Times Arts and Leisure section.