Tonia Marie Harris resides in south-central Illinois. She lives and writes happily (albeit frantically) among chaos, poetry, and books. Her muse is a cross-dressing goblin with a penchant for rum and Kafka novels.
Her latest work-in-progress is the contemporary fiction novel about a young woman drawn into the family drug business to keep her younger siblings out of foster care.
Also in the works is collection of witchy poetry centered around surviving toxic relationships (including the ones we have with ourselves and various substances).
Her work has appeared in Twice Upon A Time, a collection of reimagined fairy tales, Hand/Eye Magazine, Mash Stories, Silver Birch Press, and various anthologies.
Chocolate is her kryptonite.