Amber “Ambur” Mason is a Hudson Valley-based writer, editor, and mother of plants. She has several publishing credits ranging from slice-of-life short fiction and freeform poetry as found in literary magazines like SUNY New Paltz’s Stonesthrow Review and Fourteen Stories From the Year of the Rooster to her first music reviews as published by Lightwood Press. Since then, she has really found a love for music journalism and took on the role of Technical Director for MendoWerks Magazine. Ambur also started a column dedicated to all things wave music, Breaking Waves.
It is her hope that this “quest” to chronicle her journey through the wave scene will prove useful to others looking to do the same. (If you’re a member of the media with an interest in wave music, please send her an email. Breaking Waves is more than meets the eye.)
When she isn’t seeking out new songs to listen to or referring to her well-worn copy of Do The Work for creative guidance, Ambur enjoys collecting cool rocks and driving up the Interstate to soak in some Adirondack air and daydream of what her next project may entail.
While Ambur specializes in developmental editing and proofreading, she is happy to tackle any creative problem that comes her way.