Nathan Alling Long’s work has appeared on National Public Radio and in over a fifty other publications, including Tin House, Glimmer Train, Story Quarterly and The Sun. His story “Reception Theory” won the 2017 international OWT Story Prize and “Arctic” won the 2015 international Open Road fiction award. His collection of fifty flash fiction, The Origin of Doubt, was released in 2018 from Press 53, and his second manuscript, Two Stories, Some Tales, and a Yarn, was a finalist for the Hudson Book Manuscript Prize and a semifinalist for the Iowa Fiction Award. He is also the recipient of a Mellon grant, a Truman Capote literary fellowship, a Bread Loaf Conference work scholarship, and three Pushcart nominations. He participated in 2018’s Writers Retreat in Tufo and is excited to return this year to lead the workshop. Nathan lives in Philadelphia and teaches creative writing and women, gender, and sexuality at Stockton University. He can be found at: https://blogs.stockton.edu/longn/
He will be at Rosa di Tufo in May and June 2019, leading the workshops for the 2019 Writers Retreat in Tufo.