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How it feels to... forgive an unfaithful mum on Mother's Day – The Sunday Times Magazine

This Londoner is the world’s youngest restaurateur – TIME OUT LONDON

Bonsai: this is my theatre now – Rakesprogress magazine

Menstruation Liberation with Gabby Edlin, Founder of Bloody Good Period – SUITCASE Magazine

Is Airbnb Sparking a new Cuban Revolution? – SUITCASE Magazine

Rice, Rum and Beans: a vegan tour of Cuba – SUITCASE Magazine

Sober Raves: what's the big deal? – Citiblog

Period Sex: all you need to know – Bloody Good Period

A Room of One's Own: Does Where You Do Your Writing Matter? – For Books' Sake

Beginner's Guide to Foraging Edible Flowers, Plants and Mushrooms – Mookychick

Wild Kitchen: a guide to foraging – Severine Lit

DK Eyewitness Travel Guide London (Project Editor)

Short stories

Gooseberry – The Bacon Review
Gooseberry – Synaesthesia magazine

Filthy Rotten Shadow – Synaesthesia magazine

The Girl in the Wall – Synaesthesia magazine
Enough bilberries to mend a broken heart – Bad Pony

Japanese food – Luna Luna Magazine

Marbles – Occulum



My full-length play 'The Grinding Stone' featured in The Stage (as part of The Space theatre's new 'Locked down, looking up' programme)

Old Jim – Kingston Playwrights' Lab, New York
What We Are Now – The Play's The Thing Theatre Company, MK

Praise for 'What We Are Now'

"For me, the stand out play was “What We Are Now” by Natalie Baker. I could have watched a full-length play based on this situation – good furnishings giving us an instant sense of place and some clever dialogue." 

"The perfect balance of comedy and tragedy. It was well written and superbly executed by all."

"An excellent evening of new writing! Thought provoking, witty, elegant- transformed an ordinary old office block into an arena of dreams."

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