Tatiana is a MFA candidate in poetry at Emerson College. She is an assistant editor of poetry for the literary journal Redivider, the 2018 Gish Jen Fellowship awardee at the Writers’ Room of Boston and a 2017 Pushcart Prize XLI nominee. Her writing explores identity, trauma, especially inherited trauma and what it means to heal. Her first collection of poems “for the love of black girls” was released in July 2017. She has been published in Fog Machine, Hypertrophic Press, Maps for Teeth Magazine, among others.
Tatiana has 6+ years of experience working in communications leading anything from content creation, social media strategy to digital media planning. She engages in curating digital storytelling experiences to be humanistic and engaging. She’s worked for Harvard, MIT, and other organizations around the Boston area by developing and bringing an artistic and thoughtful lens to marketing and communication strategies.