29 March 2014 | Wall Street Journal
The punchy, moody novels of Marek Hlasko, a postwar Polish writer who wrote and died in exile.
“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 March 2014 | Hidden City Daily
Urban change is rarely kind or coherent or gentle; often indeed it’s destabilizing, leaving places in a kind of permanent flux that’s interesting and exciting for urban observers and brutal for businesses and institutions desperate to adapt and hold on.