Kristina’s Bio

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Kristina Reardon is a freelance writer and translator who calls Worcester County, Mass. home.  She wrote a weekly column for the Stonebridge Press in New England for nine years and continues to contribute on a regular basis to area periodicals. She has lived in Ljubljana, Slovenia on a Fulbright fellowship (2010 – 11); in Buenos Aires, Argentina on a Tinker Foundation pre-dissertation grant (June 2012); and recently received the Aetna Works-in-Progress grant for her unpublished short story collection from the University of Connecticut.

Hanging out in Trieste, Italy.

Her writing and translations have been featured in World Literature Today, Words Without Borders, Montreal Review, South Loop Review, Eastown Fiction, Newport Review, and other literary journals, magazines, and newspapers.  She has written for Rhode Island Monthly, Milford Daily News, ABC-6 (WLNE-TV), Southbridge Evening News and other Stonebridge Press newspapers. She contributed several entries to the recently published Encyclopedia of Contemporary Writers and Their Work (Facts on File 2010).

Kristina is a graduate assistant director of the University of Connecticut Writing Center and earned an M.F.A. in writing from the University of New Hampshire. She holds an M.A. in Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies from the UConn and a B.A., Summa Cum Laude, in English and Spanish from Providence College. In college, she was associate editor-in-chief of PC’s student newspaper, The Cowl, and fiction editor of PC’s literary journal, The Alembic. As a high school student, she was named a finalist in the 2004 Kansas City Star Ernest Hemingway Awards for High School Journalists.

Kristina is fluent in Spanish, is actively working to improve her Slovenian, and has just begun studying Italian. She enjoys translating short fiction and studying for her doctorate in Literatures, Cultures and Languages at the University of Connecticut, where she received the Susan Porter Benton graduate writing award in Women’s Studies (2013) and the Borys and Lydia Bilokur Award for Slavic Studies (2012, 2013).

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8 Responses to “Kristina’s Bio”

  1. Tanya April 25, 2011 at 10:22 pm #

    Your blog is so professional looking. You inspire me :)

    • kristinareardon May 2, 2011 at 7:37 pm #

      Thanks, Tanya! :)

  2. Mojca January 20, 2012 at 2:40 am #

    Wait, you live in Ljubljana or in MA? Im from Ljubljana but Ive just spend a year in Worcester MA. I came across your blog by pure chance:-)

    • kristinareardon January 20, 2012 at 8:04 am #

      I live in MA now (near Worcester), but I titled my blog while I was living in Ljubljana. How funny that you found it; it seems we’ve switched places!

      • Mojca Jez November 4, 2012 at 4:37 am #

        This is just gettin really funny:-) A year or so ago I wrote the comment above. I have just found your blog again while looking for places where to get Chai Latte in Ljubljana. I have a similar obsession with it as you. Of course it has been triggered with Starbucks’ chai while I was in the US last year. So I will check out your tips where to get it here. Hopefully the situation has improved since you were in Ljubljana.

      • kristinareardon December 23, 2012 at 11:31 am #


        You’ll have to tell me if things have improved chai-wise since I left Ljubljana! I haven’t been back in a year. I used to buy chai mix at Müller…

        Hoping all is well! :)


  3. Victoria Raschke December 4, 2013 at 11:53 pm #

    Stumbled across your blog in planning my trip back to Ljubljana for October ’14. I lived there is 92-93, attended Slovene language classes and wrote my undergraduate thesis – a chapbook of poems and translations from Slovene. It would be great to chat with someone who has been, and lived, there more recently.

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