Suzanne Collins began her writing career in 1991 as the creator of the television programs for children. Before she created the best-selling novel "The Hunger Games" which is the first part of a trilogy about the inhabitants of the futuristic Panem world, wrote several tales and stories, and eventually became famous for a series of chronicles about the underground world and Gregor - a boy who discovers unknown to all areas.
This series, and "The Hunger Games" for many weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, earning excellent reviews of both critics and readers.
Suzanne Collins lives in Connecticut with his family and three wild cats. In May 2010, TIME magazine declared her one of the most influential people in the world.