Susan Wright is the author of over thirty novels and nonfiction books published by Penguin Group, Pocket Books and St. Martin's Press, among others.
Susan is the spokesperson for the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, an advocacy group founded in 1997 protecting freedom of sexual expression among consenting adults.
Susan now lives in Phoenix with her husband Kelly. After graduating from Arizona State University in 1986, Susan moved to New York City to get her masters from New York University and stayed for over 25 years before returning to the desert.
Susan's romance novels are New Adult and are set in New York City. They are standalone HEA: Good Girl (2014) and Role Play (2014).
Slave Trade is the second edition of a space opera novel originally published by Pocket Books in 2003. The sequels are Slave Masters and Slaves Unchained.
Susan's urban fantasy series is set in New York City: Confessions of a Demon (2009) and Demon Underground (2010). Her historical fantasy novels were also published by Roc: To Serve and Submit (2007) and A Pound of Flesh (2008).
Susan has written nine Star Trek novels: Dark Passions (vols. 1 & 2), Gateways: One Small Step, Sins of Commission, The Best and the Brightest, The Badlands (vols. 1 & 2), The Tempest, and Violations. Susan has also written a number of nonfiction books on art and popular culture.