Hyatt Bass is the first person to tell you she never intended to write a novel. Growing up in a high profile Texas family, weekend activities ranged from shooting Quail at the family ranch to having her portrait shot by Andy Warhol, but she spent most of her time training rigorously to become a professional ballet dancer until a series of injuries ultimately shifted her focus to shooting films. At Princeton she majored in English Literature because it was the only department liberal enough to let her write her thesis on film, and after college, moved to Los Angeles where she worked as a production assistant on Sister Act, a camera assistant on Tombstone, and an assistant editor and camera assistant at Roger Corman‘s infamous Concorde Films.
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