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Natasha Lane

County: Pierce County




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Natasha D. Lane is a friend of most things caffeinated, a lover of books, and a writing warrior to her core.

As a believer that “the pen is mightier than the sword,” she graduated from Juniata College in 2015 with hopes to become a journalist. Instead, life took her on a different path, and Natasha found herself digging up a manuscript from her childhood. This dusty stack of papers would become the first book in her Pariah Child series– a series that was her launch into self-publishing. Since completing her first series, Natasha has continued exploring the fantasy and science fiction genres to make sense of a chaotic yet interesting world.

Natasha has served as a BIPOC Advocate for the last two years at the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers Nebulas Conference, and is currently serving on SFWA’s fundraising committee. In 2020, her novel “The Pariah Child: Serwa’s Descendants” was nominated for a Shaded Choice Awards. Her novel “The Pariah Child & the Ever-Giving Stone” received a five-star review from Readers’ Favorite Awards.

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