Catie Disabato's first novel, The Ghost Network, was deemed “a smart and thorny debut” that “reveals treasures” to readers, according to The New York Times. Disabato has written essays and criticism for outlets including the LAist, Buzzfeed, and LitHub. She lives in Los Angeles.
When I was 25, red wine started making me sick. Not hangover-sick, but headache and dizzy nausea when I was actually drinking it. Luckily, a book by Marissa Ross helped me understand exactly why some wines caused this to happen.