Born: Established: 1972
Writer, singer-songwriter, and educator.
Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon was born in East Fremantle, Western Australia, to parents of Croatian descent.
Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon (b. 1972) is a writer, singer-songwriter and educator. She was born in East Fremantle, Western Australia to parents of Croatian descent. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Australia (1993) and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree from Curtin University (1995). She has written and recorded an album, Leaving Me Dry and two EPs of music, as Natalie D-Napoleon and 'Flavour of the Month'.
In 2014, she was living in Santa Barbara, California, where she has worked as a college writing tutor and freelance journalist, as well as pursuing an online Masters of Writing degree at Swinburne University of Technology.
Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon has also published poetry in the Chicago-based literary magazine Literary Orphans (available via this link: http://www.literaryorphans.org/playdb/sting-little-things-1-poem-natalie-d-napoleon/). (Sighted: 14/7/2014)
Natalie Dmajanovich-Napoleon has also written travel articles and columns on yoga (not individually indexed on AustLit).