Natasha Lvovich is a writer and scholar of second language acquisition and bilingualism. She teaches at CUNY and divides her loyalties between the academic and creative writing. She is an author of a collection of autobiographical narratives, The Multilingual Self, and of a number of articles and essays. Her creative nonfiction recently appeared in academic journals (Life Writing, New Writing, Lifewriting Annual) and literary magazines (Big.City.Lit, WHL Review, Post Road, Paradigm, Nashville Review, Two Bridges). Her piece, Balakovo, has been nominated for 2011 Pushcart Prize.
Favorite Memoirists: Vladimir Nabokov and Eva Hoffman
Select Works Online:
- The Country We Lived In – Nashville Review