Ginger Eager grew up in Snellville, Georgia. Her work is unapologetically feminist, southern, and proletariat. Her reviews, essays, and short stories have appeared at Arrowsmith Press, Bellevue Literary Review, The Georgia Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Decatur, Georgia with her mate of 20+ years and a few housecats. She teaches as a college adjunct and in off-the-grid education. Find her virtual classes through The Porch in Nashville, Tennessee.
Ginger's first novel, The Nature of Remains, won the AWP Award for Fiction and was chosen by the Georgia Center for the Book for inclusion on Books All Georgians Should Read, 2021. She won Georgia Author of the Year, 2021, in the first novel category.
Lots of excellent books are unavailable on Bookshop. Check out Arrowsmith Press and Buddhist Publication Society. Shoot Ginger an email through her website to let her know of small and specialty presses that you love.