IMG_9979-sepia - Copy (640x640)Tara Tamburello spends her days managing web content and her nights raising her two children. She writes in her spare moments. Her fiction and essays have appeared in The First Line, Vestal Review’s Condensed to Flash: World Classics anthology, Tikkun.org, and elsewhere. Her short plays have been produced in Philadelphia and the surrounding metro.

She studied writing and theater at Eastern University, where she was awarded the Dorothy McCollum Siebert award for creative writing upon graduation.

She also writes songs. You can take a listen over at soundcloud.com/tarajomusic if you like.

Short Fiction


The First Line, Volume 19, Issue 4
A pair of post-Revolutionary American missionaries’ clothes are stolen while they’re bathing in a creek.

The Wandering Governess

Condensed to Flash: World Classics anthology
A flash retelling of Jane Eyre (my favorite book!)

Short Nonfiction

A Chocolate Challenge

An investigation of the chocolate industry and the pros & cons of buying Fair Trade.

Mr. Roadtrip

The Blue Route, Issue 2
Memoir about an odd cross-country road trip with my best friends.