Vesna McMaster grew up in the Middle and Far East before moving back to the UK for “A” levels and University , where she took English Literature at Cambridge. In the decade since, she moved first to the States and after another stint in the UK. Â She is now in Australia, earning “a crust and looking after offspring.” She is just coming back into the luxury of the reading-and-writing world and finding there is an awful lot of reading to catch up on.
Vesna has published a collection of short stories, Tricksters, Knaves, and Mountebanks as well as various peices of poetry in anthologies. She is currently working on resurrecting a novel that she wrote 5 years ago and never did anything with. She lives in N.S.W. Â Visit her website here.
Vesna has reviewed the following for MostlyFiction:
- At Home, A Short History of Private Life by Bill Bryson (10-13-11)
- All is Forgotten, Nothing is Lost by Lan Samantha Chang (9-12-11)
- The Days of the King by Filip Florian (8-17-11)
- Juliet by Anne Fortier (7-29-11)
- The Dante Club by Matthew Pearl (6-30-11)
- While the Women are Sleeping by Javier Marias (6-13-11)
- Fragile by Lisa Unger (1-8-11)