Drea Talley is a Struggling Writer™ and Chaotic Good bard. The kind of bard that tells stories and sings, but doesn’t play an instrument, because she gave up on the piano, was never good at the flute, and the guitar hurt her fingers.
Drea has recently braved a perilous journey across deserts and mountains, leaving the seaside for a new life lurking in the shadow of Pike’s Peak. She’s considering sand piracy. The crew will consist of the jomsviking she married and their technically adult children, as well as what friends can be press-ganged into the activity. It will require, at the very least, a fancy hat with lots of feathers.
Her essays, poetry, and short stories have appeared in various magazines and publications, such as AHF Magazine, Manastash, and The SEAF Literary Anthology. She likes tea with tiny cakes, geekery, and snark.