Natasa Dinic

Nataša Dinić (Born August 24, 1970, in Novi Sad, Serbia) is a teacher of Serbian language and literature, a linguist, an author of textbooks for learning Serbian as a foreign language, and a columnist. She writes poetry and short stories.


Nataša Dinić was born on August 24, 1970, in Novi Sad, a child of father Božidar (1939-1999) and mother Sofija (1949-2012). In her hometown she finished elementary school and high school, and obtained a B.A. at the Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Serbian Language and Yugoslav Literature. She also graduated from the Theological Institute at the Faculty of Theology, University of Belgrade.

Dinić is a co-author and one of the independent publishers of a textbook Serbian for Kids (Beginner 1), published in Canada in 2014. She wrote for newspapers Glasnik and Kišobran, where, for six years, she acted as an editor of a feuilleton called Religion and Tradition.

Dinić is the founder of an online magazine The Cradle.

She has been living in Canada since 2000.

She has a daughter, Zoe Sophia.
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