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Andrea Damic: Embracing The Unexpected

Updated: Mar 13

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About the Author: Andrea Damic, born in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina lives in Sydney, Australia. She is an amateur photographer and self-taught writer of micro fiction, flash fiction and poetry. Her education is on the opposite side of artistic expression (she's an accountant with a master's degree in economics). She has always loved capturing moments in life, from objects and nature to people and their interactions. She is also a big fan of abstract. Sometimes while in the process of capturing a certain moment, Andrea knows exactly what the outcome will be. However, more often than not, that end result is utterly unexpected and if she is to be honest, she gets lucky more often than she would like to admit. Her photographs sometimes feature or are forthcoming in online magazines and exhibitions, such as Fusion Art, Rejection Letters, Door Is A Jar Magazine, The Piker Press, Verum Literary Press, Welter at University of Baltimore, Coalition For Digital Narratives and elsewhere.

Andrea also writes, mainly at night when everyone is asleep. You can find her on linktr.ee/damicandrea and/or TW @DamicAndrea. One day she hopes to finish and publish her novel but most of all she would love to get her children's picture books that she writes for her daughter, published. Who knows, maybe she gets lucky.


 

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