Meet Susan Isaacs
Susan has read her essays on public radio's Weekend America and is a contributing writer to Donald Miller's Burnside Writers Collective. She wrote DirecTV's Songs of Praise specials, hosted by NASCAR champ Darrell Waltrip, featuring singers Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith.
She has performed her original material at the Comedy Central Stage and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. She teaches screen writing for the Act One Program in Hollywood. She has appeared in films such as Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and Scrooged and on TV shows such as Seinfeld, The Drew Carey Show, My Name Is Earl, and many others.
Despite all those accomplishments, Susan managed to screw up every lucky break she ever had, and by age forty was jobless, loveless and living over a garage. The gory details are the basis for her new book, Angry Conversations with God. It all worked out in the end. Susan is now happily married to writer Larry Wilson and living in a real house.