Micah Nathan (micahnathan.com) is an American novelist and essayist. His fiction has been translated into five languages, and includes the bestselling novels Gods of Aberdeen (Simon & Schuster, 2005) and Losing Graceland (Random House, 2011), along with the collection Jack the Bastard and Other Stories (2012). He received his MFA from Boston University, where he won the 2010 Saul Bellow Prize. His essays have received an Associated Press Award, and his short stories have been finalists for the Tobias Wolff Award and the Innovative Fiction Award.
Micah’s nonfiction frequently appears in Vanity Fair. His short fiction has been featured in The Best American Mystery Stories, Glimmer Train, and the Gettysburg Review.