Writer, Professor, Essayist
Natalie Serianni is a Seattle-based writer, college instructor, and mother of two. Her personal essays have appeared in Motherwell, The Manifest-Station, Today's Parent, SheKnows, Seattle's ParentMap Magazine, Literary Mama and Ruminate Magazine. Her work was chosen for SEA the City's Nevertheless: A Storytelling Salon, and she has been a guest editor at the Wild Words Collective. In addition to writing for magazines, wellness and lifestyle blogs, she's at work on a memoir about motherless motherhood, fractured living, and the difficulty of letting go of our mothers while seeing them in everything.
Her newest essay, "Subtle Shifts" is featured in the upcoming Anthology, Pandemic Midlife Crisis: GenX Women on the Brink available for pre-order below.
We Teach Our Kids It's OK to be Brave + Scared. We Need that Lesson, Too.
MotherUntitled | June 2022
My Mother's Manhattan | Mutha Magazine
Essay, "Subtle Shifts" in the Anthology Pandemic Midlife Crisis: GenX Women on the Brink
The Blue Engine | The Keepthings
September 21, 2021
Twenty Years After My Mother's Death, I Still Can't Make Her Breakfast Casserole
Motherwell | March 2021