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"I WANT YOUR HUSBAND". "WHY FRENCH WOMEN WEAR SCARVES." AND SUSAN WILL SING TOO!
For Expats Of All Origins, French And Visitors (All ages)
Sunday 17 April 2011
19h15 - 23h00ish
Happy Hour. Susan's Presentation And Songs. Dinner & Dessert. More Great Socializing.
Our Guest Of Honor Susan Sisko Carter
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 is a recipient of the Luminas Award from Women in Film. As a singer-songwriter, she has recorded for 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 pleasantly at work on a new album. Her smoky, sensual tune, “Sipping Wine in Paris,” a short story set to music, features piano accompaniment by film composer/sometimes-guest-conductor for the Moscow Philharmonic, Terry Plumeri. The song will be available, soon ... in conjunction with her debut novel: "I Want Your Husband".
"I Want Your Husband" was inspired by Susan’s experience living in a hotel, in West Hollywood, for two-and-a-half years. She began the book in the hotel. And finished it in Paris where she resides whenever possible. For enticing excerpts, and contact info, check out her site (which she would be updating...if she weren’t in Paris, now, bingeing on inspiration): http://iwantyourhusband.com/ Susan is also at work on a new book about her adventures in Paris: "Why French Women Wear Scarves"...the name of the popular, and often quoted, piece she wrote for the Huffington Post
QUOTES ABOUT SUSAN: "Susan Sisko Carter writes like she sings: She’s sultry yet playful, mixing the improvisation of jazz with the urgency of rock ‘n’ roll.”– Michele Kort, Senior Editor of Ms. Magazine. Author of the book: Soul Picnic: The Music and Passion of Laura Nyro
"Susan Sisko Carter is refined, ribald, Rablesian and romantic." - Peter Kaminsky, New York Times columnist. Author. Creator and producer of the Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize and The Gershwin Prize. A fun evening! --- It's €20.00 at the door. Reservations with your telephone number (Thanks!) on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 33 6 43 79 35 18. (Sundays telephone only.) If you emailed me but didn't hear back, please call. GREAT FOOD! Fusion cuisine. Lot's of vegetables. Free flowing wine
ADDRESS: Our friends' large and FUN private residence in the heart of the LATIN QUARTER. Metro: St Michel. Details with reservations..
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