About Suzan

Suzan Colón is an author, essayist, graphic novelist, and illustrator. Her books include the memoir Cherries in Winter: My Family’s Recipe for Hope in Hard Times (Doubleday); the nonfiction book Yoga Mind: Journey Beyond the Physical (Scribner); Beach Glass, a novel; and three original young adult novels based on the hit TV show Smallville. Suzan also wrote Catwoman: The Life and Times of a Feline Fatale and What Would Wonder Woman Do? for DC Comics and Chronicle Books.

Suzan’s essays and celebrity profiles have appeared in the Oprah Magazine, three Best of Oprah collections, Oprah.com, Jane, Details, Latina, Harper’s Bazaar, and Rolling Stone, the Huffington Post, and other websites, and she has appeared on The Today Show, the Early Show, NPR, and other media.

Suzan attended The High School of Art and Design as a cartooning major. Her artwork has been featured in Mayim Bialik’s GrokNation.com, The Beautiful Book of Exquisite Corpses (Penguin), and Yoga Mind. In 2019, she was hosted Mindful March, a monthlong program of mindfulness through drawing, on the Sktchy app. Suzan is a regular instructor on SketchbookSkool.com. An excerpt of her upcoming graphic novel was included in This Is Real: Stories Drawn With Strangers, an anthology by a collective of women graphic artists.

Connect with Suzan on Facebook, Instagram, Substack, and email at info@suzancolon.net.