My name is Tamara J. Collins. I am a writer, publicist, fiction writing workshop leader, and life enthusiast. I’ve driven from Durham, NH (stopping in for what would be my last visit to my parents home in Marlboro, VT) to CA, and then lived in Los Angeles for two and a half years. Four and a half years later I made the same journey again but this time from Portsmouth, NH to CA, followed by six weeks in Los Angeles before driving back across the country, broke, tired, and lost yet renewed. I grew up in Marlboro, VT but moved to the NH Seacoast when I was 16. I call Portsmouth, NH home.
In 2006, I received a BA in English from The University of New Hampshire. My writing has been published in Discover Hollywood Magazine, Lollipop Magazine, Left for Dead ‘Zine, and Corrosion of Complaints ‘Zine. I am currently at work on a collection of poems about love, loss, and change and a collection of short stories about, well, pretty much the same.