Tah the Trickster is a 25-year-old self-published author and poet. They are currently completing a Bachelor of Arts in Information Science and Technology, and Creative Writing. They were born and raised in middle Georgia, and have lived there for most of their life. They have four cats, two dogs, and an insatiable need for overly-caffeinated soft drinks.
Aside from writing, Tah‘s other hobbies include reading, gaming, fanfiction, and crocheting. They also run a small local music zine, and they are a steward in the Little Free Library program, as well as librarian-ing at a local public library and occasionally at a local university library as well. As you may guess, they are very much proponents of all things library-related, and they intend to make a career of it eventually.
Tah also has a great deal of werewolf opinions, and will not hesitate to tell you all about them if you get them started on it. If you would like to hear about their werewolf opinions, you can find them at the website Lycanthropology 101 or on their much less formal "idea dump" Tumblr page Screaming About Werewolves.
You may notice that Tah tends to use the pronoun "they" as a singular when referring to themself. This is because Tah the Trickster (as stated on the main page) is a queer author. They are actually genderfluid, and typically agender on top of that. They don't fit comfortably into the gender binary, and as such they don't use typically-gendered pronouns to talk about themself. So Tah typically uses the singular "they" to talk about themself.
They also sometimes go by the non-standard pronoun set of fae/faer/faers/faerself, but many people have difficulty mastering these pronouns, so simply "they" will do. Thank you for your understanding!