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Erika Warmbrunn lives in New York City, where she most recently worked as a stagehand on the Tony Award-winning musical Come From Away.

Many years ago, she wrote and performed the simultaneous translations of the Moscow Sovremennik Theater's Seattle and Broadway productions of Three Sisters, Into the Whirlwind, and The Cherry Orchard.

Between 2007 and 2010 she traveled to Cote d'Ivoire, Niger, Haiti and Malawi to work with Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors Without Borders. For more about that, click here.

Erika's most recent short story, "A Shark Story," about an accidental swim with a shark, is now online as part of New Ohio Review's Winter Exclusive. Her previous stories have been published in Able Muse ("Greta on the A Train") and The Idaho Review ("High Traffic Area: Snapshots" and "The Swimmer"). To read the published stories, click here.

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Hear Erika interviewed on the Beyond 50 Radio Show.

 

Hear Erika talk about Mongolian food on NPR's The Splendid Table (start at minute 32)

 

Read Erika's Indiebound article about writing Where the Pavement Ends

 

 

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by bicycle across Mongolia, China & Vietnam