Mona Gable
Composer | Producer | Writer | Photographer


Mona Gable is a guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer.

Her eclectic instrumental music has been licensed and heard worldwide via television, film, video games, trailers, and advertising.

Mona is a member of ASCAP and has been a proud Voting Member of the Recording Academy for more than 15 years.

In 2010, she was on the Grammy nomination ballot for the first-ever video game music compilation album and short-form video. Video Game Composers Volume One,” was listed in the “Best Score to Picture” category, a full 13 years before the academy named a specific category for game music.


The new single When it Still Hurtsis out NOW!

Mona is currently working on a new instrumental album, due out spring of 2024

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Mona S Gable
Mona S Gable

is a poet, humorist, essayist, and freelance writer. She is a top writer on Medium as well as an editor for several publications.

Mona (aka Mona S Gable in the literary world) has always loved language, and has been an avid reader since childhood, back when her mother considered “after bedtime” books and under-the-covers flashlights contraband.

Early on, she discovered an aptitude for writing, an indispensable skill for getting her out of many sticky situations.

Primarily known for poetry and humor, Mona also pens memoir, and essays.

Her poetry has been published in several literary journals, the most recent being Better Than Starbucksfeaturing her poem “The Red Rose,” a remembrance of her late parents.

You can purchase the Premium hard copy of “Better Than Starbucks” Volume VII Number III at Barnes and Noble or Amazon

Mona continues to write for many print and online outlets and is very active as both a writer and an editor of several publications on Medium

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Mona is also a professional photographer, who has been featured in the “Out in LA” art exhibition at Hollywood’s famed NoHo Gallery LA, and the “James Brown’s Visual Soul” exhibition at The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History in Augusta, Georgia.

She has also been included in many local Southern California exhibits, and online events. Her work continues to sell and be licensed.

Mona has also written and produced several TV pilots, including “Video Game Chronicles” and “The Enlightened Kitchen” through her media company Slice A Pie Productions.


Composer of Music & Writer of Words