In tonight’s episode of The Queer Life Radio show, Kaiya Kramer interviews transgender poet Natasha Dennerstein about her life, her work, and her views.
This episode airs live Friday January 29th, 2015 at 6–8pm on KBBF 89.1 FM, replayed on Tuesday night on KBBF 89.1 FM, replayed on Wednesday night at 6–8pm on KWTF 88.1 FM, and live on YouTube here.
Transgender Poet Natasha Dennerstein Interview
Natasha Dennerstein was born in Melbourne, Australia, to a family originating in Belarus. She worked as a psychiatric nurse for 20 years, which gave her an interesting perspective on the human condition. In 2011 she completed her Masters at the International Institute of Modern Letters at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. Natasha has had poetry published in Fourth Floor, Landfall, Snorkel, JAAM, Takahe, Shenandoah, Bloom, Transfer, Red Light Lit and Spoon River Poetry Review. She is currently living in San Francisco, where she is an MFA candidate in Poetry at the Creative Writing department at San Francisco State University. Her collection “Anatomize” was published by Norfolk Press in San Francisco in October, 2015.
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