Natalie Korman is a poet, writer, and editor.
Natalie is the author of the poetry chapbook Heliotropics (dancing girl press, 2017). Her poems have also appeared in 99 Pine Street, Objects in the Rear View Mirror (Kind of a Hurricane Press), Quarto, Echoes, A Handful of Stones, Mouse Tales Press, and others. Natalie’s fiction has made a couple of brief appearances online, too. An alumna of Barnard College, Natalie was the first-place winner of Barnard’s 2012 Prescott Prize for Prose Writing.
As a content writer, she has produced countless captions, short biographies, blurbs, headlines, flyers, postcards, posters, press releases, and blog posts. And that’s just the start of it. Natalie has also edited all of the above along with longer articles and nonfiction manuscripts.
Natalie is heavily influenced by music, visual art, and history. For non-writing fun, she’s into hiking, horses, hip-hop, folk music, classic rock, and theater.