“A writer writes, always.” (Larry Donner, Throw Mama from the Train)
Welcome to a newsletter of musings on an array of subject matter expressed through the literary lens of Margery Hannah: Christian, writer, mother, entrepreneur, style-aficionado, New-York based humanitarian cognizant every snowflake has a story.
Random intersectionality beneath a literary umbrella you will find me, your Literary Purveyor who–bid you curious: is the author of children’s books and poetry collections; holds a bachelor’s degree in English, Literature, and Ethnic Studies from Wichita State University, an MFA in Creative Writing and Literature from Stony Brook University, an MA in Aging Studies from Wichita State University, and a certificate in Literary Publishing from Emerson college; is a McNair Scholar alumna whose scholarly research helped propel financial literacy course requirements for Kansas high school graduates; received several scholarships during her undergraduate studies, including:
- Susan Price Howerter Memorial Fund Scholarship
- Soroptomist of Wichita Scholarship
- Harold & Eva Weimer Grafton Scholarship
- Dr. Christine Thelen Scholarship
- Laura McMullen Cross English Scholarship
- HALA Scholarship for Community Service
and is currently writing a book (Memoir? Fiction?) about how to get away with fraud, scheduled for 2021 completion. All this from a high school dropout who later earned an GED as a young married (now divorced!) mother of three to capitalize upon the opportunity to attend college at twenty-two.
Oh! Your Literary Purveyor has an extensive blazer collection and has been dressing for success from age four.