AD PARNASSUM BY NANCY WEBER
"... all three works is rich with action and conflict, and it encourages readers to burrow deeper into the hidden layers of meaning." - Publisher's Weekly
"A swift, witty metafiction, Ad Parnassum is life as seen through a kaleidoscope, offering a fresh take on a bright, ever-changing scene." - Kit Reed, author of "The Story Until Now" and "Son of Destruction"
The Life Swap is a curious period piece. It has a touchy-feely incontinence that brings scatter cushions and consciousness-raising workshops irresistibly to mind. Still, it's a bloody good read. – The Guardian
NANCY WEBER'S BIO
When Nancy Weber was in second grade at Beach Park Elementary School in West Hartford, Connecticut, her poem Spring was published in the sixth grade magazine, causing an elation that shaped her life. If she isn’t writing, she’s just taking up space. Her books includes two slipstream novels, The Playgroup and Brokenhearted; eight romances under the name Jennifer Rose; a pair of YA novels, Double Solitaire; and The Life Swap, the mostly true story of the glorious mess that came about in 1973 when she tried to become Micki Wrangler while Micki was trying to be her. Nancy wrote the American lyrics for Seagull: The Musical with noted Russian composer Alexander Zhurbin. Her pieces on food, sex, travel, and family appear often in nycitywoman.com, womensvoicesforchange.org, ceotraveler.com, and libidoforlife.com. She lives in Greenwich Village, the setting for her next novel, a murder mystery in which lovable swinging seniors are targeted by a repressed food blogger.