Natalie Rose is a freelance writer, editor, and ghostwriter who writes about food, memory, culture, and identity.
The daughter of a Mexican mother and a Lebanese father, Natalie started writing to record her families’ stories and recipes. Now she writes about the intersection of food, memory, culture, and identity.
She studied storytelling at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine. She holds an MFA from Northern Arizona University and a BFA from New York University. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Popular Culture, Gothamist, the Acentos Review, Freerange Nonfiction, Word Riot, The Latin Kitchen and Honest Cooking.
She is currently working on a memoir about family and addiction, and a collection of fiction essays based on her travels.
As a ghostwriter and editor, Natalie works with her clients to bring their book projects to life. She is a skilled interviewer, biographer, copywriter, and designer with the ability to tackle book projects from start to finish, including self-publishing help.