A trained archaeologist, Natasha recently gave in to her long-standing desire to write fiction. Bridging the gap between art and science turned out to be not so difficult, since her travels and field experiences often provide a unique source of inspiration. Unseen places, forgotten histories, and the dark recesses of humanity populate many of her stories. She has short fiction published in The Watermark and Beat to a Pulp. While she tends towards fantasy with a dark, literary flair, she does not feel constrained by or beholden to any genre. French-Canadian born, she now lives in the Boston area and edits professionally.