- My work can be found in REAL: Regarding Arts and Letters, The Jabberwock Review, The Emerson Review, Storyglossia, The MacGuffin, Confrontation, Passages North, SmokeLong Quarterly, elimae, wigleaf, Pank, New Delta Review, and Gargoyle #57, among others. One of my stories has been translated into Farsi by Asadollah Amraee, and many others by Jalil Jafari, two of which have been published in the Iranian journal, Golestaneh Magazine. Currently, I'm an Associate editor for Narrative Magazine. In 2011, I was awarded the Carol Houck Smith Contributor Scholarship for the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Natasha Radojcic's You Don't Have to Live Here is one powerhouse of a coming-of-age story. The novel's main character, Sasha, is smart, spirited, and tough as she is sent by her disapproving family to Cuba, Yugoslavia, Greece, and back to Yugoslavia. Eventually she moves to New York on her own, but no matter where she goes, she has a way of stirring trouble around her. The narrative is concise, poetic, and lovely.