Suzanne Myers is a television, film and fiction writer based in Brooklyn, NY. Her feature film Alchemy -- praised by Time Out London as “a distinguished and original indie debut”-- won the SXSW Film Festival. She has created and developed television series for ABC/ABC Studios, Buena Vista Productions, New Line Television, 3 Arts Entertainment, Sarabande Productions and Moxie Pictures.
Suzanne has consulted on television and film development for Condé Nast Publications, where she developed The September Issue, among other projects, and has worked as creative consultant on broadband video for Condé Nast Digital. She was selected as one of Variety’s “50 To Watch,” is a past Rockefeller grant nominee and a Nicholls Screenwriting Award semi-finalist She also founded and ran the New York Women’s Film Festival and the Fuel Film Tour.
Suzanne is a graduate of Princeton University and holds an MFA from USC Film School. She has taught screenwriting at NYU Film School. Her first novel, Stone Cove Island (Soho Teen), will be published in November, 2014.