Sat, 28 April 2007
This week's guest, Nathan Leslie, was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up in Ellicott City, Maryland. Nathan Leslie’s five collections of short fiction include Believers (Pocol Press, 2006), Reverse Negative (Ravenna Press, 2006), and Drivers (Hamilton Stone Editions, 2005). Leslie’s work has appeared in over 100 literary magazines including Boulevard, Shenandoah, South Carolina Review, North American Review, and Cimarron Review. He is fiction editor for The Pedestal Magazine and of The Potomac, and his book reviews and articles have been published in newspapers such as The Washington Post, The Kansas City Star, and The Orlando Sentinel. His reading includes pieces from Reverse Negative and Drivers, as well as his story The Coloring Book. Visit his website here.
Also featured are the songs Leave Me Alone and I Am Drugs, along with the poem/song You Make Me Feel Like Chet Baker, the Later Years.