Susan Isla Tepper has been a published writer for twenty years and is the author of twelve books and two plays. She writes in all genres, with stories, poems, interviews, essays and opinion columns published extensively worldwide. An award-winning author, Tepper received a Pulitzer Prize Nomination for the novel What May Have Been (adapted for the stage and re-titled The Crooked Heart) and currently in the production phase. Among many awards and honors she was a winner in the Francis Ford Coppola Zoetrope Contest for the Novel (2003), Second Place Winner in Story/South Million Writers Award, winner of Best Story of 17 Years of Vestal Review, and nominated 19 times for the Pushcart Prize. Tepper lives with her husband in the New York area.
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