21 November 2013 | Hidden City Daily
A chance realization leads to a meditation on neighborhood change.
“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
14 November 2013 | Reading the Past
As literature—or art, really—which grants the work certain cover from the necessarily specific pursuit of history, it must engage in the ancient conversation about letters—about man’s relationship to each other and the earth. One enters that conversation by quoting, riffing, devouring, plunging into the vast impossible library that came before and that will go on forever.
30 November 2013
Popkin brings alive the individuals who engineered a culture for the new world.
19 November 2013
“Hidden City’s Nathaniel Popkin delves into the sordid history of Philly’s art world in debut novel”
18 November 2013
Art Blog’s Roberta Fallon talks with Nathaniel about Lion and Leopard, writing, and influences. And what’s next…