Natasha Burge is a writer, psychogeographer, and curator living on the shores of the Arabian Gulf, which her family has called home for the last 60 years. She is the writer-in-residence at the Qalat al-Bahrain Site Museum, working on a book of poetry and lyric essays. Her areas of interest include speculative fiction, feminism, Nabati poetry, mental health advocacy, modernist literature, psychogeography, interstitial arts, and discovering the perfect karak chai. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in creative writing and wrestling her upcoming speculative fiction novel into shape.
You can read her recent publications here.
And if you’re curious to see her life away from the writing desk, check out Oh My Tash!