Natasha Kochicheril Moni is a naturopathic medical student and a writer. Born in the North to native Dutch and East Indian parents and raised in the South, she finds home in the Pacific Northwest. Her poetry, fiction, essays, and reviews have been published in journals including: DIAGRAM, Verse, Indiana Review, Fourteen Hills, Rattle, and Defenestration. Her poem, "Cranberry sauce provides an improper dressing for the modern turkey" was just featured on Verse Daily.
The Cardiologist's Daughter, Natasha's first full-length poetry collection, was released by Two Sylvias Press in September 2014. Click on Writing to read samples or visit her blog to view the gorgeous cover art created by Michael McDevitt.
To purchase a copy of The Cardiologist's Daughter, please click on this link or visit Open Books or Elliott Bay Book Co. in Seattle, Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park, Edmonds Bookshop, The Nearsighted Narwhal in Tacoma, or Diesel Books in Oakland, CA.