Nathaniel Tower


Location USA
Occupation High School English Teacher
Website http://www.nathanieltower.wordpress.com

Books by Nathaniel Tower
  • by Randa Jarrar, E.C. Osondu, Levi LaRue, Nathaniel Tower, A.G...
    CreateSpace, 2008.

  • by Casey Quinn
    ReadMe Publishing, 2009.

  • by Various
    CBH Books, 2010.

  • by John P. McCan, D. Harlan Wilson
    Stygian Publications, LLC, 2011.

  • by Ryder Collins, Joshua Daniel Cochran, Nathaniel Tower, Tim ...
    Bourbon Penn, 2011.

  • by Aurora Wolf Press
    CreateSpace, 2011.

  • by Nathaniel Tower
    MuseItUp Publishing, 2011.
  • About Me

    Nathaniel Tower is a writer, teacher, runner and juggler. He is the founding editor of the literary magazine Bartleby Snopes. His short fiction has been published in over 200 online and print journals and has been nominated for numerous awards. In 2011, MuseItUp Publishing released his first novel, A Reason to Kill. Several months later, his first novella, Hallways and Handguns, followed. A collection of short fiction tentatively titled Nagging Wives and Foolish Husbands is set to be released through Martian Lit during 2013.

    In November 2012, Nathaniel set a world record by running a mile backwards while juggling in 8 minutes and 22 seconds. The record has been confirmed by The Book of Alternative Records.

    Any favorite authors? Books?

    Donald Barthelme, Tim O'Brien, Cormac McCarthy, Vladimir Nabokov, Herman Melville, William Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor.

    Nathaniel Tower's Wall

    Steven Miller – Sep 13, 2013

    Hello there!

    John Riley – Feb 11, 2013

    Thanks, Nathaniel for your comment on "A Forest."

    Sally Jayne Heymann – Jan 31, 2013

    Thank you for commenting on 1964 Dodge. No seatbelts can hold us down!

    Jerry Ratch – Feb 19, 2012

    Thanks, Nate!

    Gessy Alvarez – Feb 11, 2012

    Thanks, Nathaniel for your kind words on my poem, Never Enough.

    sean m. poole – Jan 03, 2012

    Hi Nathaniel, Thanks for taking the time to read 'Hobo Junction'. I'm pleased you enjoyed it.

    Sally Houtman – Dec 31, 2011

    Thanks so much for your comments on "Tell Me a Story." Wrote it for a flash competition, trying to shake things up a bit and give them the opposite of what they expected. It didn't win. So I'd shelved it until posting it here. Still don't know quite what to do with it. It remains unpublished, but at least is now being read. Thanks again. The feedback is wonderful.

    Rae Bryant – Jul 18, 2010

    Hi Nate!

    Mel Bosworth – Sep 06, 2009

    Nathaniel! Welcome to the big show.

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