My Name is Natasha Tynes and I’m an author, storyteller, and a digital strategist
Enjoy the hundreds of free blog posts and other resources
on my site and feel free to reach out if I can help you or your
organization tell you story or revamp your digital storytelling
What I do
Digital media strategist
Through my agency Suburban Media Group where I provide digital media services including digital media strategy, book marketing, and community management.
I’m the author of the speculative novel They Called Me Wyatt.
My short stories have appeared in Geometry, The Timerbline Review and Fjords. My story Ustaz Ahamd received a special award at the F. Scott Fitzgerald literary festival.
II have appeared on a number of national and international TV programs, including Larry King Live, PBS’s Foreign Exchange, Paula Zahn show, CBS’s Morning show, Scarborough Country, BBC’s Up all night, among others..
I am a regular contributor to a number of publications inside and outside the United States. My non-fiction work has appeared in the Washington Post, Nature Magazine, Elle Magazine, The Post, Esquire magazine, Aljazeera, among others.
I co-host the podcast, ExpaTalk, where we chat with Arab entrepreneurs, luminaries, and creatives.
From my blog
As writers, we all want to bring dynamic and memorable characters to life. This is easier said than done, given how many barriers can hinder us from truly reaching our potential at work. Between imposter syndrome and writer’s block, language and research barriers, and...
If you are a creator of any kind, Elizabeth's Gilbert's Big Magic is a must-read. I'm kicking myself that I had not read this book earlier, way earlier when it first came out in 2015. It could have saved me so much time, anguish, and tears, ah, so many tears, but...
You would think that after writing in English for over twenty years and publishing a novel, short stories, and articles in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, Elle, and Esquire, I would overcome my imposter syndrome, but the answer is no. I still...
What I do
They Called Me Wyatt