Before becoming a freelance journalist and blogger, Nathan was a senior features writer and senior editor at Time, working for the Nation and Briefing sections (among others).
He left the magazine’s staff in 2009 to explore different writing experiences, including blogging and travel writing.
He launched DadWagon to share his insights about being a father.
He also lends his expertise as a foreign correspondent for Roads & Kingdoms, an online journal with heated discussions about international travel.
Nathan’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Bloomberg Businessweek, the Stranger, Slate and many other publications. He graduated from Stanford University and speaks four languages.
Here are articles Nathan has written:
“Meat For War And Travel”
“Breaching Fortress Europe: Despite the Downturn, Migrants Brave Fatal Crossing”
“Magic Kingdom: Why Live-Action Role Playing is one of Denmark’s Most Popular Pastimes”
These are articles he recommended:
A feature on Danish role-playing culture (also ran on Time.com)
A straighter news story on European migration
Co-production with Deadspin about Paterno, Sicily
A feature on adjika and war, written by contributor Oliver Bullough