Set in 1988, Mabel Hackenbush is between gigs, her baritone ukulele smashed, and her car in the shop, she is bravely temp secretarying her way to a kinder, gentler, not to mention, solvent life until she can get back to work as a jazz standards singer.
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
It’s a screwball noir political satire, which are words you don’t see together very often.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never give up.
Ginger Mayerson lives in Los Angeles, California. She’s published in the Coe Review, Roux Magazine, The Velvet Mafia, and The Journal of the Image Warehouse. Originally trained as a composer, she now writes novels, poetry, essays, reviews, interviews, makes collages, and edits the Journal of the Lincoln Heights Literary Society and publishes books and magazines at the Wapshott Press. You can find the Hackenbush scene at www.Hackenbush.net. Or you can get more on Mayerson at www.GingerMayerson.com.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Living through the Reagan Administration.