Nastia Voynovskaya is a Russian-born journalist raised in the Bay Area and Tampa, Florida. She’s the associate editor at KQED Arts & Culture. She’s the recipient of the 2018 Society of Professional Journalists-Northern California award for arts & culture reporting. In 2021, a retrospective of the 2010s she edited and creative directed, Our Turbulent Decade, received the SPJ-NorCal award for web design. Nastia’s work has been published in NPR Music, San Francisco Chronicle, VICE, Paste Magazine, Bandcamp and SF MoMA Open Space. Previously, she served as music editor at East Bay Express and online editor at Hi-Fructose Magazine. She holds a B.A. in comparative literature from UC Berkeley.