Britt Tisdale is an author and therapist (LMHC) living in downtown Orlando, Fla. Inspired by twenty years in the counseling room, her writing explores the messy ambiguity of people and relationships. Britt received her M.F.A. in Creative Writing (Fiction) from Seattle Pacific University, her M.A. in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary, and undergraduate degrees in Psychology and English from University of Florida.

Her work has appeared in or been awarded by Pleiades, The VIDA Review, Bellingham Review, Sonora Review, Ruminate, Rock & Sling online, Leadership, and Group. She has taught for Rollins College and the Abroad Writers Conference, and received recognition from Tin House Summer Workshop, Wedgwood Circle, NorCal Writers’ Retreat, Lighthouse Writers Workshop, and the Royal Palm Literary Award. Her first novel A HISTORY OF INDECENT BEHAVIOR is represented by Andrea Morrison at Writers House.



Photo Credit: William Johnston