“A gifted travel writer, Natalie Appleton writes about Bangkok with a journalist’s eye for detail and a poet’s turn of phrase.”
-elizabeth eaves, AUTHOR OF wanderlust & bare
“Natalie writes beautifully and in the confiding voice of your very best friend…Lovely & compulsively readable.”
-THEO PAULINE NESTOR, AUTHOR OF WRITING IS MY DRINK
My name is Natalie Appleton, and I’m a writer.
My work has appeared in publications like the New York Times. In 2016 I won the Bliss Carman Poetry Award for a poem about Annie Pootoogook. And my literary travel memoir I Have Something to Tell You is on the shelves of bookstores.
I write to “unfold me to myself,” as Joy Harjo says. To make sense of wants and whys and what-ifs. To rise again, and write.