Tatiana Ryckman

was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She is the author of the chapbook, Twenty-Something, and Assistant Editor at sunnyoutside press.

Writing by Tatiana Ryckman.

News

Tatiana Ryckman's novella, I Don't Think of You (Until I Do) is forthcoming from Future Tense Books. Read excerpts on Numero Cinq, Hobart and Muse/A.

Tatiana's first chapbook, Twenty-Something has been re-released with new stories by Zoo Cake Press. Use the contact form to order a copy. 

Tatiana's chapbook, Failed Fantasies: A Practical Guide, was selected as a semi-finalist in Rose Metal Press' chapbook competition, judged by Amelia Gray. Read a sample of the manuscript on The Establishment

Read a new review of VHS and Why it's Hard to Live at Small Press Book Reviews.

NEW WORK:

Read 'MusicFreq’ Jim Lewin, about the founder of the music app, FreqSho, at Texas Music Magazine.
On Nonmonogamy, a flash essay, and Texts To Jeff, a short comic, are both up on Opossum Literary. 
Two flash essays from VHS and Why it's Hard to Live, have been republished on Fiction Advocate.
Read Common Sense, an essay about Thomas Paine, up at Barely South Review.

2016 Tatiana Ryckman