Tina is in her late twenties and currently unpublished, though she is shopping her works around at the moment. In 2017 she won the Roy F. Powell award for her short fiction piece “Wires”. She is currently working on and editing a novella, which she blogs about often.

She lives in Savannah GA where she enjoys volunteering her time at the local LGBT+ center. Aside from that and staring at daunting word documents, she spends her time playing video games, drawing, taking photographs, or going out to see the latest film. A self proclaimed escapist, she likes all forms of storytelling and adores anything that lets her get away from the real world.

She has two cats, Yana and Boo and hopes to someday be the proud owner of a pug. Because quite frankly she loves their little smooshed faces.