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Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon i(A17034 works by)
Also writes as: Natalie D-Napoleon
Born: Established: 1972
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Gender: Female
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Writer, singer-songwriter, and educator.

Natalie D-Napoleon (Natalie Damjanovich-Napoleon) is a writer, educator and singer-songwriter who was raised on a farm on the outskirts of Fremantle, Western Australia by her Croatian-immigrant parents. She holds an MA in Writing from Swinburne University and works as a Writing Center Coordinator at a California City College. Her creative non-fiction and poetry have appeared in Meanjin, Australian Poetry Journal, Entropy, Westerly, and Writer’s Digest, including a publication in Larry Smith’s The Best Advice in Six Words, alongside Elizabeth Gilbert and Madeleine Albright. She is a two-time finalist for the Penelope Niven Creative Nonfiction Award at the 2018 and 2017 International Literary Awards. Her poem 'First Blood: A Sestina' won the prestigious 2018 Bruce Dawe National Poetry Prize through the University of Southern Queensland, Australia.  

For details of works, such as found poetry, not individually indexed on AustLit, see notes below.

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Notes

  • In addition to individually indexed poems, Natalie D-Napoleon has also published found poems, poems with visual arts components (including concrete poems), and poems in works no longer comprehensively indexed by AustLit, including the following:

  • Author writes in these languages:ENGLISH
  • 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).

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