Natasha Boškić is originally from Serbia. She moved to Canada with her two children in 1999. Since then she has been living in Vancouver, Canada. She works at the University of British Columbia (UBC). A long history of family storytelling, folk tales and legends as well as her personal life experience and current times have shaped and directed her writing. Interested in technology as a new landscape for literary expression, she experiments with new media. She obtained a Ph.D. in Language and Literacy at UBC, with a focus on ethics and narratives in gameworlds. Her poetry and narratives have been published in a number of literary journals (ditch, Quills, Allegro Poetry, Visual Verse, The Post Feminist Post: Modern Romance, Dragonfly), anthologies (Timeless Voices, Alive at the Centre: An Anthology of Poems from the Pacific NorthWest) and special publications (Fugue in F minor: Explorations in the Subject of Equality, NHCF of BC Newsmagazine, On the Consequences of Hate Speech).