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November 15, 2010

Nate House’s Novel Float is now available from Aqueous Books. His short fiction has appeared in Sentenia, Armchair Shotgun, The Pebble Lake Review, Carve, Methree, Philadelphia Stories, and Troika. His non-fiction has appeared in The Rambler, Roadbike Magazine and Chesapeake Bay Magazine. Columns and features have been published in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe, The Philadelphia Weekly and The Philadelphia Metro. After graduating from Temple University’s School of Communication and Theater Mr. House worked as a crime and courts reporter for The Philadelphia Tribune. He then attended Temple University’s Graduate Creative Writing Program where his novel Float won the Frances Israel award for fiction. He has taught Creative Writing, Literature, Composition and Journalism classes at Temple University and Cumberland County College. He is currently an Assistant Professor of English at Community College of Philadelphia. On this site you will find short stories, news, essays, and creative non-fiction. Enjoy!

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  1. Frank Kenny permalink
    May 31, 2011 2:20 pm

    Hey Nate, I read your column in the AC Press today. Looking forward to reading your novel. Hope to see you guys on the beach soon, haven’t been in the water yet.

    Frank (The guy with the hat in the water, sits under the umbrella at Webster with his wife)

    • natehouse308 permalink*
      May 31, 2011 6:24 pm

      Hey Frank,
      Nice to hear from you! Had a great morning today–glassy waves, dolphins and nice crowd. We thought we saw your truck other day looking for waves. Anyway, water is warm and hope to see you out there soon.

      Nate

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