Nathan Deuel is an award-winning journalist and former editor of Rolling Stone and The Village Voice. He has contributed essays, fiction, and criticism to Harper’s, GQ, The New York Times, The New Republic, Financial Times, Virginia Quarterly Review, Bon Appetit, The Paris Review, Salon, Slate, Bookforum, Columbia Journalism Review, Al Jazeera America, Tin House’s blog, American Circus, The Morning News, The New Inquiry, The Millions, Roads & Kingdoms, Electric Literature, The Daily Beast, The Awl, the World Policy Journal blog, The Village Voice, TheAtlantic.com, True/Slant, The Review, The Caravan, Aeon, and Brown Alumni Magazine. He has worked as a freelance foreign correspondent in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and the former Soviet Union. He is a contributing editor to The Los Angeles Review of Books. Nathan’s first book is called Friday Was the Bomb. It’s a collection of essays and will be published by Dzanc in May 2014.