Marcy Lynn Tentchoff

Wolf Girls, poetry, September 1, 2009

Birthdate? Feb. 16th, 1968

When did you start writing? I think I wrote my first book when I was eight years old. It had something to do with witches

When and what and where did you first get published? My first paid publication was a novella called "Sister's Keeper," which sold to Horizons SF in 1991.

Why do you write? I like to share stories, thoughts, and emotions, both by reading 
those of other writers, and by letting readers access my own.

Why do you write Science Fiction and/or Fantasy? Other worlds, other possibilities...why limit myself to the mundane?

Who is your favorite author? Your favorite story? I have to choose only one favorite author, and one favorite story?  That's cruel!  P.C. Hodgell is among my favorite authors, but Zenna Henderson's "The Believing Child" will always by one of my very favorite stories.

What are you trying to say with your fiction? Different things with different pieces.

Do you blog? Where? Not really. I'm on Live Journal as mtentchoff, but I am very bad about posting.

If you could write your own epitaph, what would it say? There are worse things than a life spent looking for and finding magic.

Marcie Lynn Tentchoff is a writer/poet from the west coast of Canada. Her work has appeared in such publications as On Spec, Weird Tales, Strange Horizons, and Mythic Delirium.  Marcie's fantasy poetry collection, Through the Window: A Journey to the Borderlands of Faerie, is available through Amazon.