Natasha Burge is a writer from the Arabian Gulf region. She is currently a PhD student writing a transcultural psychogeographic memoir and previously she was the writer-in-residence at the Qalat al-Bahrain Site Museum, where she worked on a book of poetry and lyric essays. Her areas of interest include psychogeography, speculative fiction, feminism, mental health advocacy, modernist literature, interstitial arts, and discovering the perfect karak chai.


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