Terra was born on top of a volcano (in Hawaii) and since then has crammed a lot of unusual experiences into a relatively short number of years. She tamed a wild mustang before she turned sixteen. Before twenty-five, she traveled throughout the U.S. and to parts of Europe and Mexico. She has also held some unusual jobs, like training llamas and modeling high-heeled shoes (though not at the same time!) At her current day job she pokes holes in people, at Epic Tattoo, in Kennesaw / Marietta, Georgia (north of Atlanta.)
Terra's short fiction has appeared in InterGalactic Medicine Show, Daily Science Fiction, Apex Magazine, Penumbra, and in the Lethe Press anthology Beyond Binary (which received a starred review from Publisher's Weekly!) She has work forthcoming from Weird Tales.
Her microfiction and poetry has appeared at Nanoism and in Share Art & Literary Magazine.
(P.S. She wasn't kidding when she said she'd had some unusual jobs. She has also worked as a barista in a mall coffee shop, a veterinary assistant, a bookkeeper, a stable hand, a pet groomer, an animal trainer, a retail sales associate, a riding instructor, an entertainer, a tattoo artist, an office manager, and a painter and illustrator. Also, very briefly, as an acquiring editor for a small press publisher of romance novels. Now, she writes every day and only edits for her friends.)
~my policy on friends~
Please Note: I use my Livejournal friends list as a reading list. If I've added you and you don't know why, it's probably because I'm interested in reading what you have to say about something (probably writing, but it could be horses or art or maybe you just seemed cool). You're welcome to add me back, if you like, but there's no expectation on my part that you will or should. I add and remove people from my friends list all the time.
And so, if I remove you from my friends list and you don't know why, please don't be offended. It's nothing personal, sometimes I trim my reading list if it becomes unwieldy.