"I can think of no other novelist - popular or highbrow - who consistently celebrates female gutsiness, brains and sexuality. She's Jane Austen with a schmear."
— Maureen Corrigan, "Fresh Air," NPR
After All These Years
NPR interview with Rachel Martin on Weekend Edition Sunday
Isaacs talks with NPR’s Rachel Martin about writing strong women and growing up wanting to be a cowgirl.
Susan Isaacs is the author of fourteen novels, including Compromising Positions, Shining Through, After All These Years, and As Husbands Go. Her newest novel, Takes One to Know One, published in October 2019. She is a former editor of Seventeen and a freelance political speechwriter. Susan is chairman of the board of Poets & Writers and a past president of Mystery Writers of America.