Keith is a consumer protection attorney for the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C. Before graduating from the University of Michigan Law School, he toured with a professional comedy troupe, writing and performing sketch comedy at colleges in the Mid-Atlantic States. His Pushcart-nominated short story was recently published in The Stonecoast Review.
The Mützenmacher family has been cursed to sell hats ever since their Greek ancestor stole the god Hermes' teleportation hat. Kasper doesn't mind making hats, though, and he loves Berlin's cabaret scene even more. But his carefree life of jazz and booze comes to a screeching halt when he uses Hermes' hat to rescue his flapper girlfriend from the shadowy Klaus, a veil-wearing Nazi.