Born in postwar Germany into a family of refugees from the Soviet Union, Marina Antropow Cramer has enjoyed the benefit of lifelong ties to the Russian expatriate community on both sides of the Atlantic.
She holds a BA degree in English from Upsala College in East Orange, NJ.
Her work has been performed by Roselee Blooston’s Short Story Theater, as part of the non-profit Tunnel Vision Writers’ Project, which showcased spoken word, music, and visual art projects. A short story, “Pear,” appeared online in Blackbird Literary Journal in 2009; another story, “Grave,” came out in the Fall 2009 online issue of Istanbul Literary Review. The digital journal Wilderness House Literary Review published “In Case of Fire” in the Winter 2010 issue, and “Half the Bed” in Winter 2012.
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