The Rattapallax podcast is a short audio show about poetry and illuminating ideas from around the world. Produced by Rattapallax magazine and edited by Natalia Fedorova, the podcast showcases innovative poets through interviews and enlightening stories. A sonic taste of what is happening poetry wise. Subscribe in iTunes to Rattapallax.
Natalia Fedorova is a new media artist, writer, literary scholar and translator. Natalia holds a PhD in literary theory from Herzen State University (St-Petersburg). She is an author of publications on avant-garde poetry, kitetic poetry, concrete poetry, hyperfiction, literary text generators and video poetry, as well as a curator and creator of VIDEO.txt, videopoetry festival in St- Petersburg. Natalia is an author of hyperfiction piece with multiple endings 7, and an interactive novel Madame Ebaressa and a Butterfly, co-written with Sergeij Kitov, and a number of short prose fragments. In collaboration with Taras Mashtalir she founded Machine Libertine, a media poetry project (Snow Queen, In Your Voice, Machine Poetry Manifesto, Whoever You Are, Light Duty, Memory). Currently Natalia is back after her one year post-doctorate term at MIT Trope Tank to teaching experimental literature in Smolny University (St-Petersburg) and editing of e-lit and new media writing column in Rattapallax.