Tisha Marie Reichle is a Chicana, Feminist, Reader, Writer, Teacher, Student, and former Rodeo Queen. Currently, she spends her weekdays engaging high school students with socially conscious literature. On weekends, she writes. Her stories have appeared in 34th Parallel, Inlandia Journal, Muse Literary Journal, Santa Fe Writers Project, and The Acentos Review. For the past 24 years, she has been living in Los Angeles and earned an MFA in Creative Writing at Antioch University. She is a member of AWP, Women Who Submit, International Women’s Writing Guild, SCBWI, and a weekly critique group. Originally from a trailer on a dirt road, she is working on a novel about a girl who loves horses more than people and the parents who are ruining her life.