Natasha Larry (born December 11, 1981) is the author of Grey Girl: A Memoir of Blackness. This book, published in January 2007, is about the author's move to the South and the subsequent culture shock she experienced. Further, her book explores the demands African Americans place on each other to be "blacker," and what this concept of "blackness" really means.
Her work has also appeared in publications such as Writing Edge and Escaping Elsewhere magazines. She has also appeared in the poetry anthology Coffee Break Poetry. Natasha Larry is a graduate of East Tennessee State University and resides in Huntsville, AL with her daughter, Jordan (born 2/21/08) and her partner, Dave (born 7/30/83). She is currently working on a young adult paranormal/fantasy series, Darwin's Children, the first novel of which will be published in 2011 by Penumbra. Her official site, NatashaLarry.com has plenty more information.
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