Here at Timeless Tales, we're passionate about reinventing the classics. When you read our digital magazine, you're guaranteed to find transformative retellings of fairy tales and myths.
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All our staff are loyal volunteers who receive a tiny monthly stipend that doesn't come close to reflecting their worth. Without them, our magazine wouldn't be possible. If you're interested in funding our work and keeping the lights on, please visit our Patreon page.
Tahlia broke into the world of fairy tale retelling as a short story writer and intern for Enchanted Conversation Magazine.
After graduating from Westmont College, she created a webzine of her own, expanding it to include classic mythology, a personal passion of hers.
To read her random musings, you can check out her personal blog: MissMystra.wordpress.com.
Tahlia (Merrill) Kirk
Founder & Chief Editor
Carina scours the internet for tasty content to feed to our ravenous Facebook page.
When she's not taming the dragon of social media, she spends her time crafting twisted fairy tales and cross-pollinated mythic fiction (she's had several published in TT, in fact). For links to stories and poems, stop by www.carinabissett.com.
Social Media Manager
Geoffrey styles every detail of our magazine, from the cover art to the interior layout.
He has written for History Today, Modus, Super Jump Magazine, Bridge Eight, and a number of others. He can tie his shoelaces really well, does not like moths, and has a Star Trek novel getting in the way of real work.
Laura works behind the scenes to sort through our initial submissions.
She studied at Queens College where she won a Silverstein-Peiser award in Fiction. Now, she writes fantasy and horror from Queens, New York. When she’s not writing she can be found curled up with a book and a cat, hoping that something magical will happen.
Social Media Assistant
Amber runs our GoodReads page and helps share content on our Twitter and Facebook pages.
She graduated with a BA in English from SUNY Oneonta and was an Editorial Intern at Penguin Random House. She's always loved fairy tales and all things magical. Andersen's The Little Mermaid is one of her favorite stories. When she's not lost in a book, Amber spends her time playing board games, crafting, and traveling.