Susanna Allen is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a BFA in Communication Design and counts The Village Voice, New York Magazine, and Entertainment Weekly as past design experiences. Born in New Jersey, she moved to Ireland for twelve months — in 1998. She has a Master of Philosophy in Irish Theatre Studies from the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, as well as an Honours Degree in Psychology, and a diploma in Equine Assisted Therapy and Learning.
She is the author of Drama Queen and The Fidelity Project, both published by Headline UK, and That Magic Mischief, via Crimson Romance. Her current book, Many Brave Fools: A Story of Addiction, Dysfunction, Codependency… and Horses is published by Trafalgar Square Books and recounts the growth and insights she acquired after having taken up horseback riding as an adult, post-divorce.
Susan is living her life by the three Rs: reading, writing, and horseback riding, and can generally be found on her sofa with her e-reader; gazing out a window and thinking about made-up people; or cantering around in circles. She loves every minute of it!