TERRY BARTLEY – WRITER
Don’t Be Afraid to Tell Your Stories
Terry Bartley is a journalism, literature, and English teacher at Scott High School and writer of Tyranny of the Fey, a collection of short stories. He has also written a series of light novels, including “I’m a Princess that Ran Away to a Magical World,” and “Me and My Best Friend Became Adventurers in a Fantasy World.” Terry is the host of the podcast “Most Writers are Fans,” about the intersection between writing and fandom. He is also a cast member on the D&D actual play livestream Halia’s Harriers by Enchanting Sorcery Productions. Terry has professionally written for the Coal Valley News and Screenrant. He has won awards for writing and broadcasting from the West Virginia Associated Press, the National Broadcasting Society, and MarCom. He has a B.A. in English from the University of Phoenix and an M.A. in English Education from Western Governor’s University.
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I recently had the pleasure of being asked to write about my favorite five sci-fi or fantasy books that has natural, authentic queer representation by
I had never walked through a portal before. I know that there are people that can use spatial magic that can teleport and create portals,
talk with me?
These stories serve as inspiration for the upcoming short story collection, Tyranny of the Fey. The collection will be released on August 15th, 2023. You can pre-order it now!