I have worked with/have been published in:

O: The Oprah Magazine
The Huffington Post
Women's Health & Fitness
Jezebel Magazine
The Atlantan Magazine
Interiors Magazine
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Atlanta Sports & Fitness Magazine
Connect Publications
Atlanta Sports & Fitness
Eidé Magazine
Lookbook Publishing
Get Married Magazine
Blush Magazine
The Daily Love Blog
Mister Migs
The Dolce Group
Bella Bag
Buckhead Atlanta Magazine
Chrisley Knows Best (TV)
Killing Reagan (Film)
+ more


Tova Gelfond had her first taste of journalism at age 9 when she wrote a story about foreign affairs happening in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and has been in love with the field ever since. Currently, Gelfond is the Lifestyle Editor for Atlanta Magazine and CEM of Tiny Acorns, LLC. Before this, she was the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Eidé Magazine — a print and digital publication about Style & Culture of the South — as well as LOOKBOOK Atlanta — a city guide reflecting the new Atlanta. Prior to launching a digital platform and print magazine, she took on the role of Editor at Blush magazine, a regional women's publication with a focus on "power, passion and possibilities" and wrote for O: The Oprah Magazine. This role was both stimulating and relaxing, as she had just worked at Dickey Publishing, balancing roles as the Associate Editor of Atlanta Sports & Fitness magazine, the Assistant Editor of JEZEBEL magazine and Contributing Editor of Tuxedo Road magazine all at the same time. She was also formerly the Assistant Editor of Women's Health & Fitness magazine (a national high-energy publication centered around healthy lifestyles). A writer and editor who specializes in the fields of health, business, beauty, celebrity, wedding and travel, Gelfond has interviewed stars such as Kristin Davis, Kevin Costner, Paul Rudd, Jeremy Piven, Ludacris and Gavin DeGraw (to name a few), and continues to write for several local and national publications.