30 October 2014 | The Millions
In this meeting ground of living and dead, can anyone find comfort? In this season of Patrick Modiano, Larouche is another French writer of intense and insistent vision.
“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
24 October 2014
Olin’s design for Dilworth Park gives Philadelphia what it has long struggled for: a suitably grand approach to the monumental City Hall, says Hidden City co-editor Nathaniel Popkin. Here’s his review of the park, now essentially complete
24 October 2014 | WHYY
Nathaniel Popkin, author of Lion and Leopard, talks about the famous Charles Willson Peale, who is a character in his new historical fiction novel. Charles Willson Peale was a man of ambition and ingenuity who came to be a prominent leader in the arts and natural sciences for the new growing country of the United States of America.
3 November 2014
Two of Philadelphia’s “most intriguing” people talk about Philadelphia buildings, past, present, and future.
17 October 2014
Two new short videos on Nathaniel Popkin, art, history, and literature on WHYY’s Friday Arts.
6 October 2014
An extensive, hour long audio interview with Nathaniel Popkin by Temple library’s Fred Rowland as part a series of interviews with authors.