S. R. Tombran



Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot, fiction, issue 46, March 15,2019




S.R. Tombran is an Indo-Guyanese American, a virtual reference librarian, and a fantasy and sci-fi author with a novel mentored in the 2017 Pitch Wars contest. She published a small press fantasy novel in 2016 and has two poems in THE EAR LITERARY JOURNAL and STAR*LINE. When she isn’t answering database questions from library users across the country or caring for the little wild things she calls “children,” she can be found scribbling speculative stories with a huge cup of coffee beside her. You can find her at @STombran.


Get to know S. R. Tombran:
When and what and where did you first get published?
I've had poetry sales in the past and a small press fantasy book published by Dragon Moon Press. "Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot" is my first short story sale, to NewMyths.com
Why do you write?
I write to answer the questions that tug at me and to wrestle with themes and topics that feel important to me in the moment. How that plays out is individualized and open to interpretation.
What are you trying to say with your fiction?
I try not to have an agenda with my stories. I try to explore the things that pull me to pieces and make me weep, laugh, or shudder.




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