Victoria Ordin is a writer based in West Los Angeles and Manhattan. Raised in L.A. around film and television, she developed an early appreciation for Broadway and cabaret from her parents, but particularly her father, whose musical passions ranged from classical to opera to Big Band. After studying English at Yale, Victoria earned her Masters at UCSB and completed coursework for the Ph.D. Her work has also appeared in The Weekly Standard, Huffington Post, and Cabaret Scenes. She is a volunteer ambassador at DOROT, which seeks to decrease social isolation among older adults in NYC, and consults for Manoke, a music education app. Victoria is returned to work on an epistolary novel about two Manhattan writers in their 40s who bicker like a divorced couple though they never dated. She's grateful to her extremely patient agent at the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency in Del Mar, CA.
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