About Suzanne

Suzanne is a Trinidadian fiction writer and content creator.

She was a national scholarship winner who studied Law at the University of Warwick and the Inns of Court School of Law. She then completed her legal training at Hugh Wooding Law School and read for a BA in Literatures in English at the University of the West Indies because of her deep love of Caribbean Literature.

In 2020, she was one of twelve writers shortlisted for the BCLF Elizabeth Nunez Award for Writers in the Caribbean.

She also contributed to We Mark Your Memory published by Peekash Press (2019) and The Institute of Commonwealth Studies (2018). This unique literary anthology commemorates the memories of the Indian indentured laborer diaspora across the Caribbean and the rest of the Commonwealth.

She has also published short stories in Moko and Duppy Thursday by Akashic Books.

Essays about her experiences as a Caribbean person in Japan and abroad have also appeared in Caribbean Beat, Wanderful, GoAbroad, and GaijinPot.

In 2019 and 2020, she joined a team of dedicated bookstagrammers and authors to promote Caribbean literature via the #ReadCaribbean initiative spearheaded by Cindy Allman.

She also has over five years’ experience creating travel and lifestyle-related content for print and digital media outlets in Japan, the US, and Trinidad and Tobago.

Content Writing

Personal Essays

Fiction/Short Stories

Social Media