Zut Suit Riot

Hi, I'm Natalie Zutter! I'm a playwright, entertainment blogger, and aspiring comic book writer living in New York City. Since graduating from NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, I'm trying to figure out how to apply that same interdisciplinary format to my post-college life in the arts world.

I've had several productions through NYU; check out my resumé and photos/video of my plays above.

I'm the Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Comics, YA, Romance, and Children's Editor at Bookish. Previously, my writing has appeared on Crushable, Tor.com, BlackBook, Ology, and AFK On Air.

I'm also the co-creator of the webcomic Leftovers, about a ragtag food truck helping survivors of the zombie apocalypse.
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Truth. I was gonna pretend like I did this only in grade school, but nope, still get like this even as an adult.



I saw this on Crushable’s Tumblr dashboard and initially scrolled past it… then scrolled back up… then down… then back up again. Something about it is incredibly arresting.


First I’m like

Then I’m like

And then I’m like



Busted hopes.

OMG THIS IS ME. The moment where I get invited out is me staring at my bra wondering if I really have to put it on.

Liz: I managed to calm him down after spooning him for an hour. And I was the outer spoon!
Jack: Welcome to adulthood, Lemon.


Yep, this was Josh’s reaction, give or take. That was one of my last happy memories of our relationship—me grooving on the couch and lipsyncing at 3 a.m., while he shook his head in disbelief and shouted, “This song is everything bad about pop music rolled into one!”


I’m thinking




I take every opportunity to reblog this scene because it’s so amazing. Also, Angel’s thought-dancing is me in real life. Especially when I’m playing “Call Me Maybe” in the shower.

I, I got a new life

You would hardly recognize me, I’m so glad

How could a person like me care for you?

Why do I bother, when you’re not the one for me

Ooh ooh ooh ooh, isn’t life enough?

"Rediscovered" this ’90s gem recently and find it’s great for the workplace. And dancing around my apartment. And being happy about all of the opportunities and changes to my life that come with being single.


(from the Reddit thread “What is the most humiliating fact about you?”)