Tally Vivarais (Vee-Vah-Reh) an exuberant woman from South Glengarry and is, currently, a Forensic Psychology and American Sign Language student at Carleton University in Ottawa. She first fell in love with writing in third grade in Ms. Harrington’s class. The assignment was to write about an adventure, take one page, double-spaced. Tally wrote single-spaced on both sides of her dad’s A4 Legal paper and swears to this day that she would’ve gotten an A if her teacher hadn’t lost it.
What things do you draw inspiration from?
The inspiration for The Silver Men was based on a dream I had when I was twelve. A couple of my other works-in-progress are also based on dreams, but for the most part, my inspiration comes from worlds that I wish I could visit or ones that I never want to visit but fully admit exist in the recesses of my brain.
“If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bull."”My father since I was like 3
“We'll just have to try to make better mistakes tomorrow.”Alexandra Bracken
“"Meow."”A raving review by my cat, Void.
“Maybe I'll listen to it once it comes out as an audiobook."”My father, showing support.