Nathan Alling Long | Philadelphia, PA
Nathan Alling Long’s stories and essays have appeared in over fifty journals, including Tin House, Glimmer Train, Story Quarterly, The Sun, Crab Orchard Review, Salt Hill, Camera Obscura, and Indiana Review. His work has also appeared on NPR, in a dozen anthologies, and in a chapbook of short stories published in 2005 by Popular Ink Press. Nathan has received a Truman Capote Fellowship, a Mellon Foundation grant, and two Bread Loaf Conference work scholarships. His stories have been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best Non-Required Reading award, as well as been finalists nine times for the Glimmer Train Very Short Story Award.
He lives in Philadelphia and teaches at Richard Stockton College of NJ. His work is forthcoming in Tin House, Salt Hill, Thema, Wilde, and Marco Polo Arts Magazine. Nathan hopes to finally publish a collection of his flash fiction in the next year.