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Ep 30 - "The Way Cities Feel To Us Now" A Book of Short Stories by Nathaniel Kennon Perkins American Filmmaker

    • Society & Culture

Nathaniel Kennon Perkins lives in Boulder, CO, where he works as a bookseller and runs Trident Press. He is the author of "Cactus," a novella. His creative work has appeared in Triquarterly, Noncanon Press, Keep This Bag Away From Children, decomP magazinE, Pithead Chapel, Timber Journal, and others. Pest House published his chapbook, Acknowledgement (2014), and he is the recipient of the High Country News’s 2014 Bell Prize.

Nate reads some of the stories from "The Way Cities Feel To Us Now" published by Maudlin House and talks about his work at Trident Press, traveling to Mexico to write for a month, and some of the inspirations for his collection of short stories.


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Nathaniel Kennon Perkins lives in Boulder, CO, where he works as a bookseller and runs Trident Press. He is the author of "Cactus," a novella. His creative work has appeared in Triquarterly, Noncanon Press, Keep This Bag Away From Children, decomP magazinE, Pithead Chapel, Timber Journal, and others. Pest House published his chapbook, Acknowledgement (2014), and he is the recipient of the High Country News’s 2014 Bell Prize.

Nate reads some of the stories from "The Way Cities Feel To Us Now" published by Maudlin House and talks about his work at Trident Press, traveling to Mexico to write for a month, and some of the inspirations for his collection of short stories.


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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/americanfilmmaker/support

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