"Whosoever trusteth in the Lord, happy is he." - Proverbs 16:20
Margery Hannah is a ghostwriter of non-fiction and fiction and the author of children's books and poetry collections. She resides in New York City.
She holds a bachelor's degree in English, Literature, and Creative Writing from Wichita State University; a MFA in Creative Writing from Stony Brook University; and a MA in Aging Studies from Wichita State University.
Margery is a McNair Scholar alumna whose scholarly research helped propel financial literacy course requirements for Kansas high school graduates and was the recipient of several scholarships during her undergraduate studies, including:
She currently writes a memoir about loving and losing a tough parent, maintaining hope, and reconciling with abuse, scheduled for 2018 completion.
After the death of her father, and in financial straits and separated from her children, she left NYC to visit her mother in Wichita, Kansas. This temporary visit turned into a prolonged stay with her mother that challenged Margery's ability to reconcile her mental and emotional state with that of her family. For nearly two years Margery and her children lived with her compulsive hoarder mother and schizophrenic uncle in a filthy home in a poverty state. As her mother's mental health declined, so did Margery's, who struggled with leaving her stubborn mother behind and returning to NYC or staying among the family dysfunction, including sometimes violent conflict with two older brothers, who denied their mother's health was deteriorating. Ultimately, a rare cancer diagnosis would decide.
Titles by Margery Hannah