Tinderbox Poetry Journal 3.1 http://www.tinderboxpoetry.com/night-in-jamaica A poem about visiting Jamaica with my baby father, who is from there.
Tinderbox Poetry Journal Vol 3.1 http://www.tinderboxpoetry.com/the-smallest-apartment A poem I wrote about relationship, conception, poverty, etc…
Willow Springs. 77, Spring 2016. Willow Springs 77 Above is a link to purchase the issue of Willow Springs that I was published in. I was SO thrilled that they published this poem of mine that explores mothering small children, and I was especially excited to be published right next to super talented poet, Paige…
Mothers Always Write, October 2015 Click on the link below to read a poem I wrote about extreme exhaustion and mothering– Kneeling in Water Drops
Punchnel’s, July 2014 Two Poems by Natalie Solmer The above links to two poems: one about my career as a grocery store florist and the other having to do with relationship and heartbreak.
“Natalie Solmer’s “Hammock” uses concrete language in such combinations to create the kind of poetic imagery that is hard felt: “I churned with bad moon // while summer ate / its yellow-green.” http://www.newpages.com/item/4163-dunes-review-2013-10
This was my first ever published poem! “Hammock” was published in Dunes Review. Issue 17.1 Winter/Spring 2013. It is basically about the experience of meeting someone who has been extremely important in my life.