Tatyana Sundeyeva and Jayne S. Wilson are writers, corn dog enthusiasts, and occasional holiday advert models (well, okay, sort of). But mostly, they are two parts of one glorious lady bromance, brought together one fateful high school afternoon by a mouthful of water that spewed from Jayne’s mouth and landed all over Tatyana’s face.
They’ve been best boos ever since.
Originally from Moldova, Tatyana is a Russian-American writer and novelist whose travel writing has been published in Hadassah Magazine. Jayne’s fiction has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, Jellyfish Review, and elsewhere, and was nominated for a 2019 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers.
Their first collaborative YA novel, Take On Me: A Lady Bromance, is a buddy comedy based on their best friendship, praising the strength, scope, and depth of female camaraderie and spearheaded by two smart, shameless, and self-aware female leads. Think Superbad meets The Breakfast Club.
You can find them together on Twitter @theladybromance, or Tatyana @TeaOnSundey and Jayne @thisJayneperson. For more about their individual writing projects, visit tatyanawrites.com and jayneswilson.com.