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Michael Natalie

Michael Natalie is a first year MFA candidate in The New School’s fiction program. Formerly an assistant editor at a finance publication, he’s currently exploring opportunities in arts and entertainment. His main creative interests are science fiction, fantasy, and literary fiction.

In Conversation

with Michael Natalie

The year is 1946. A woman murders her army veteran husband in a domestic dispute, then assumes his identity. With this new identity comes a chance at self-determination she’s never had before.

Structures in Service to Wonder: Ivy Pochoda's Wonder Valley

A naked runner barrels down a hot, embittered stretch of roadway in Los Angeles, causing a traffic jam. We’re told we “might envy him,” and that he looks like “a superhero, but not one of the cool ones.”


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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