Tatiana (she/her/hers) is a writer, artist and teacher in the Boston area. She’s an MFA candidate in poetry at Emerson College and works as poetry editor for the literary journal Redivider. She was the 2018 Gish Jen fellow for the Writer’s Room of Boston and is a 2017 Pushcart Prize XLI nominee. Her writing explores identity, trauma, especially inherited trauma and what it means to heal.

Tatiana’s writing is forthcoming in Transition Magazine and Southern Humanities Review as an Honorable Mention selection for the 2019 Auburn Witness Poetry Prize, judged by Vievee Francis. Her work is on display at Boston’s City Hall as a part of the 2019 Mayor’s Poetry Program and has been published in Santa Clara Review, Fog Machine, Maps for Teeth Magazine among others. She has also performed at the Boston Poetry Slam and the Bowery Poetry Club.

Her chapbook “for the love of black girls” was published in July 2017.