Natalie Korman is a poet and a writer who dabbles in various other kinds of media creation for a day job. Natalie is the author of the poetry chapbook Heliotropics (dancing girl press + studio, 2017). Her poems have also appeared in 99 Pine Street, Objects in the Rear View Mirror (Kind of a Hurricane Press), A Handful of Stones, Mouse Tales Press, Quarto, and Echoes. Natalie’s fiction has made a couple of brief appearances, too. An alumna of Barnard College, Natalie was the first-place winner of Barnard’s 2012 Prescott Prize for Prose Writing.

Natalie is heavily influenced by music, visual art, and history. For non-writing fun, she’s into hiking, horses, hip-hop, country, folk, and old-time music, and theater.