Margaret Wappler has written about the arts and pop culture for the Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Elle, Cosmo, New York Times, and several other publications. Her short stories have appeared in Black Clock, Public Fiction, and Joyland. Neon Green is her first novel. She lives in Los Angeles and can be heard weekly on the pop culture podcast, Pop Rocket.
Books by Margaret Wappler
It's the summer of 1994 in suburban Chicago: Forrest Gump is still in
theaters, teens are reeling from the recent death of Kurt Cobain, and
you can enter a sweepstakes for a spaceship from Jupiter to land in your
backyard. Welcome to Margaret Wappler's slightly altered 90s.
Everything's pretty much the way you remember it, except for the aliens.