By Nathan Deuel

Nathan Deuel is on faculty at the MFA in creative writing at Mount Saint Mary's University. He is the author of Friday Was the Bomb, an Amazon Best Book of the Month, and has written essays, short fiction, and book reviews for The New York Times Magazine, GQ, Harper's, The Los Angeles Times, and The Paris Review, among others.

  1. We live in the future, so I’m on a bus in Los Angeles and log onto Twitter to write a note to the author of a book I’m reading: “Loving yr novel. Managing to focus on its pages during a manic bus ride to Venice Beach, during which a drunk guy fell on me” “Thank you so much,” writes the author, Rabih Alamaddine. “Haven't had a drunk guy fall on me in ages!” This is…

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