17 April 2014 | Fanzine
The author’s utter sensitivity inures against cliché, even as he advances onto such well-trod literary territory: man against nature, man against animal, man against machine, man against himself.
“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
15 April 2014 | Newsworks
The new plan did nothing to address the building’s lack of gracefulness, visual interest, or engagement with the street, but it did address a few small problems. And because of this, the Art Commission is expected to approve the revised design next month.