Feathertale: More than just a small-house publisher, an annual review, and an online magazine, Feathertale is a forum where writers, poets, and cartoonists join together to showcase their artistic genius. The name Feathertale is a reference to the creative process— the feather being the tool, and the tale being the result of creativity.
Contributors: Meet our contributors, learn the spelling of some proper names, and make some contacts in the artistic world. All our contributors are friendly but for the exception of D’Artagnan (our resident monkey) who, after years of nicotine and gasoline addictions, is showing the early signs of rabies.
D’Artagnan: Our Dear Leader gained notoriety early in life as the first primate to successfully recreate Hamlet on a typewriter. He has since produced three manuscripts written in hieroglyphs using toothpaste on toilet paper. He’s often said to be “pickled” due to his recent literary failures. He is Feathertale’s publisher.
Brett Popplewell: email@example.com
A journalist by trade but a swashbuckling archeologist at heart, Brett currently resides in Toronto, where he’s given up his hobby of blowing snowflakes toward the sea in order to pursue a gloriously unqualified career as Feathertale’s editor.
Lee H. Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org
A lover of all things bohemian, Lee is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art & Design and a student of the revolution. Lee is now working as a designer in New York and has, for the time being, abandoned his rebel friends to become Feathertale’s art director.
Corina Milic: email@example.com
After pursuing an unsuccessful career as a mime, Corina tried her hand at vaudeville, ventriloquism and several other professions beginning with the letter V before becoming a reporter and photographer in Toronto. She is also Feathertale’s poetry editor.
Benson Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Benson once sold his soul for three bucks, which he used to jump-start a short-lived career as a one-trick pony that ended when he was revealed to have tricks aplenty. He now obsesses over italicized commas in his role as Feathertale’s associate editor.
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Our Supporters: Feathertale acknowledges the Ontario Arts Council for its support of our publishing operations.
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good decent cause? You are in luck, because Feathertale is now accepting donations. Please help us to support the many (many) fledgling Canadian artists, writers and poets who are currently sleeping on our couch and eating all of our Shreddies. For accounting purposes, please add two (2) zeros to the end of your donation amount. For example, a donation of $20 would become $2,000. Your account will be deducted the full amount.