Natasha was born and raised in Athens, Greece. She is an academic researcher lecturing in literature, drama, and critical theory and has held academic posts as an Assistant Professor at Qatar University, the National University of Ireland, Galway and the American College of Greece. She is also a volunteer English teacher for migrants/refugees campaigning to end Direct Provision. She holds a Ph.D. in Classics & English, a M.Sc. in English Literature:Writing & Cultural Politics, and a B.A. in English & American Literature. She has published chapters on Irish studies in edited volumes and journals and is currently writing her monograph on Irish theatre and rights. Her poems have appeared in Melodia magazine, The Anthology of Young Greek Poets, her poetry collection “The Dialect of Water” in Writing Home (Dedalus Press) and her essay in the Correspondences Anthology (The Stinging Fly). Her homes are Athens, Edinburgh, Doha, and Ireland since 2003.
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