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First Name Richard
Last Name Tattoni
Member Since August 5, 2009
Company Former Weather Network employee. Virtual Assistant.
Pen Name Richard Tattoni
Branch Affiliation Niagara
Website https://www.richardtattoni.com
Blog https://richardtattoni.blogspot.ca
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Bio Richard Tattoni, a closed captioning editor once upon a time and currently doing a career shift in marketing as a freshman author, having completed his first manuscript, The Stoned Theory Of My Own Destruction. He is a member of the NOTL Writers' Circle and has further developed his short and long fiction through courses at Quick Brown Fox, Ryerson University and Humber. Richard spent most of life in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. He now lives a modern country life with his wife and babies. More information about Richard and his work can be found at www.richardtattoni.com.
Publications My short fiction "Pink Bunny Rabbits" has been accepted for the July/August 2018 issue of Down in the Dirt magazine (v159, released 7/1/18). My flash fiction "Just A Taco Stain On The Anonymous Writer" has recently been accepted for The Literary Yard e-journal. Other short stories and poetry on blogs only.
Other Memberships NOTL Writers' Circle
Genres Academic, Educational, Fiction, History, Humour & Entertainment, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Poetry, Scriptwriting, Short Stories, Sports & Outdoor
Available For Readings, Presentations, Workshops, Book Club Meetings, Speaking Engagements
Services Offered Copywriting, Editing, Freelance Writing, Ghostwriting, Manuscript Reading & Consultation, Promotional Copy, Research, Scriptwriting & Screenwriting, Storytelling