Unlikely Stories Presents

TASHA is doing the Madonna thing

To the Unlikely Stories home pageTasha's eyes will follow you around the roomVisual and tactile in their symbolism, Tasha's poems use haunting, bleak imagery to incite powerful, shattering emotions. She brings to her readers a sense of longing and fear, tinged with what could be hopelessness or could be a tireless hope.

Tasha lives in the Chicago area. She is a receptionist for a retirement facility and a telecommunications business. She is inspired by the poetry of Anne Sexton, Jim Morrison & e.e. cummings. She has been published in numerous web eZines, currently Erosha and Verse Libre. Drop her a line at tasha72260@aol.com, or check out her new 'zine at http://www.angelfire.com/poetry/bytasha/9.html.

Tasha's works here at Unlikely Stories are:

naked trees are the worst
the death of genna clark
the part you don't see in this photo


the (st)art of madness
The Color of Dusk

July 1999 - July 2000:
Through a Rip
Bang! You're Dead