Susan Sisko Carter has written teleplays for some of the major producers in television, including David Simon, Gavin Palone, and David Chase. She has written feature films for Disney and United Artists, and has the proud distinction of being named on the Writers Guild of America's list of 101 Best Written TV Series, having written for two of "the most memorable TV shows of all time." She is a recipient of the Luminas Award from Women in Film. As a singer-songwriter, she has recorded for Kapp, Verve; and Epic under the name: Susan Carter. In 2008, a song, which she co-wrote, was featured on Broadway in Chazz Palminteri’s A Bronx Tale. She is pleasurably at work on a new album which will include her smoky song, "Sipping Wine in Paris," a short story set to music. Susan's debut novel, which will be available soon, was inspired by her experience living in a hotel, in West Hollywood, for two-and-a-half years. Susan began the book in the hotel. And finished it in Paris, where she resides whenever possible.

Her interpretation of the classic Laura Nyro song, "Save the Country", is available on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby. It received a rave, 5-star-review from Michele Kort, author of the book: Soul Picnic: the Music and Passion of Laura Nyro. And K-mix radio, in Japan, declared Susan's rendition of "Save the Country" a "magical pop moment."