14 July 2014 | Cleaver Magazine
Istanbul before the 1980 coup, Atlantic City on the cusp of gambling in 1978, a Tuscan boyhood disrupted: writers conjure innocence lost: a review of Alberto Moravia’s Agostino and louis Greenstein’s Mr. Boardwalk.
“Nathaniel Popkin was born, it seems, with a preternatural talent for turning back the hands of time. Here, in this teeming novel about idealists, romanticists, schemers, and raconteurs, Popkin takes readers through the fields and down the streets of a roiling Philadelphia.” —Beth Kephart
22 April 2014
Philadelphia’s proposed Reading Viaduct, a century-old abandoned railway line that runs through Center City – from Vine Street northeast to Fairmount Avenue — is one step closer to reality. We’ll talk about the vision, the plans, the challenges, and the economic benefits of the Reading Viaduct project with PAUL LEVY, of the Center City District, LEAH MURPHY, president of Friends of the Rail Park, and writer NATHANIEL POPKIN.
13 March 2014
TRAVERSE CITY, MI, March 13, 2014 — Foreword Reviews, the only review magazine solely dedicated to discovering new indie books, announced the finalists for its 16th Annual Book of the Year Awards today. Each year, Foreword shines a light on a small group of indie authors and publishers whose groundbreaking work stands out from the crowd.
3 February 2014
The Historical Novels Review, the journal of the Historical Novel Society, makes Lion and Leopard a February “Editor’s Choice.”