Well Hullo, World
Photo by Ken Lambert for The Seattle Times.
If you read the blog, but don't read the paper, check out yesterday's front page article in The Seattle Times. I'm enormously indebted to Jessica Lee's reporting and Ken Lambert's photography.
If you read the paper, but are new to the blog– thanks for stopping in! There's a wealth of material here, ready for you to explore via the sidebar of story categories on the right, the bestselling book you can buy, and photography (yes it's all film!) and movie tabs above.
Check them out if you like, or explore this little Reader's Digest curation I've prepared for y'all:
Stories in Written Form:
Stories in Video Form:
Thanks for sharing in the hope of helping others, in believing in the possibilities of goodness. I started this blog thinking it represented a minority opinion. I'm so happy to be wrong.
Newcomers, thanks for your replies to the posts– which I will attend to shortly. I reply to every single comment on this site.
UPDATE: 2018 was a banner year for me- I made a film, published a book, won a number of awards, and began popping on the radio and the telly a lil' more regularly.
8/16/2017 07:27:40 am
Thank you! A smiling face above the fold is just what I needed when I opened the paper yesterday. I even read it again this morning. Looking forward to getting to know the folks on the night bus.
8/22/2017 09:52:54 am
8/16/2017 12:17:47 pm
Congratulations on a great article in the Times
8/22/2017 10:02:00 am
8/22/2017 12:01:54 pm
8/16/2017 09:36:38 pm
.. thanks for your beacon of kindness.
8/22/2017 10:03:09 am
I'll keep that light going as long as I can! The kindness of so many others is an immeasurable help.
8/17/2017 09:01:44 am
Hi, How can I see your films? Seems that showings at various festivals have already happened. Would really love to see them. Such a great story in the times, a very very nice read!
8/22/2017 10:04:46 am
8/17/2017 07:02:15 pm
I'm so glad I saw the article in the Times. There should be more people like you in this world.
8/22/2017 10:07:25 am
Thanks for such kind words, Linda Jaton. A dear friend spread her arms and told me once, "this is how far my arms can reach. It is only within this tiny sphere that I can effect change, but within there I'm going to do my damndest, because that's where I have control." Bit by bit, person by person....
8/17/2017 10:20:19 pm
What a joy to read the article on Tuesday! It lead me straight to your blog. Nathan, thank you for your eternal kindness to humanity, in all its beauty and quirkiness.
8/22/2017 10:08:37 am
8/23/2018 06:25:26 am
Great job kinda look like Clark Kent running into a phone booth
4/23/2022 08:19:43 pm
Hi, I'm the guy you met the other day who recorded your book for the WashingtonTalking Books And Braille Library. My supervisor and I were hoping I could record an interview with you, to be added to the book recording. If you are interested, feel free to call me at home; it's generally the most reliable way of reaching me.
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