Natalie Gasper

Author, Blogger, Book Reviewer, Interviewer

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Writing Journey

Natalie Gasper has been telling stories since she could talk. Her love of writing started with Power of the Pen, and grew with her passion for discovering new books to read and exciting worlds to get lost in. Natalie is an internationally performed poet whose work has appeared in The Write Launch, The Hickory Stump, Sheila-Na-Gig, Noon by Arachne Press, and ellipsis…literature & art, amongst others. She works as an interviewer for The Nasiona and is a developmental editor for Envie, a Magazine for the Literary Curious.


Short Form Poems: Why You Should Be Writing Them (and How They Can Help Improve Your Writing)

August 28, 2020

When you feel short on inspiration, writing a form poem can be just the trick to get the juices flowing. While free verse is the more prominent choice for poets, form poems can be a great way to refresh your skills and help you think outside the box.

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"If a book is well written, I always find it too short.”

Jane Austen