This is the best news I've heard since I learned I was moving back to Seattle! Congratulations on your exciting adventure! We all love your stories so much. Soon, even the folks who can't ride your bus will get a chance to experience a bit of it. Good luck with the project, Nathan!
it's only through the enthusiasm from people like yourself that things like this are able to happen! Thank you!
Fantastic! I'm very much looking forward to it too, Nathan. These stories have already setup space in a corner of my heart, and it will be wonderful to be able to always flip through these paper pages, digital ones, or if possible, both.
Thank you, Mr Walrus! The ball has been rolling on this for a little while already, and I can't wait to see it to fruition. The tactile experience of a reading a physical book means so much more to me than looking at screens, and I look forward to being able to offer such to all you wonderful readers!
I hope it will be available for my iPad, too. I can't wait to read it.
Thanks, Bill! We hope to have it in every format possible! Glad to hear of your support.
You can find me on the one and only: the Great 7/49, in the evenings.What is this blog? Here's a one-page crash course with links and highlights: Nathan Vass 101Check out the explanatory first post, or read the introductory NPR article about me here! Videos of Nathan telling stories at various venues around Seattle!-The Cat Speech-The Bus Fight Speech-The Birthday Speech-Leroy-Paul Constant on Nathan Vass, the Blogging Bus Driver-Podcast: Bare Naked Bravery Interviews Nathan Vass-Podcast: Scott Bonjukianinterviews Nathan at The NW Urbanist-20 Questions (Actually, 33): Bill Pennington on Nathan Vass-Seattle Shines' Holli Margelli interviews NathanPopular posts:Only have time for one story? Try these. -The Day The Earth Stood Still-Fecal and Philosophical Matters-Black Lives-Andy After Death-Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Great & Terrible 358-I've Been Sainted-I'M A LIGHT-SKINNED BLACK WOMAN!On film & art:-Nathan's Overlooked Films of 2016: Trailers, photos, analyses-A Bus Driver Reviews the New Bus Driver Movie! -Song to Song and Malick: The Cutting Edge-Nathan on Wet Lab Prints-Kehinde Wiley: The Morning After-Primary Colors with Music: Andrea Arnold's American Honey-Sicario: Why Visuals Matter-The Martian: On Intelligence in Pop Culture-About Elly-Best films of 2015: Trailers, photos, analyses-Selected writings on films released in 2014, 2013, and 2012. Personal:-I Am Now Ten Years Old-Confession-Flowers in a Pool of Blood: Thoughts From an American in Paris-Paris, One Year Later: A Personal Perspective-The Transgender Ban-The Birthday That Almost Never Happened-Nathan Takes a Day Off:Part 1 (See Nathan Run);Part 2 (Nathan Gets Excited); Part 3 (Nathan Sounds Like Morgan Freeman)-Rad(iation) City-La La Land & What Los Angeles Means-Reparations-Where and How it All Began-How I Write the Posts, and Why-Chaleur Humaine-What Not to Say-You're Been a Good Friend of Mine-...And a Splendid New Year!-Nathan Converses With His Colleagues: Part 1, 2, 3Political:-The Day the Music Died-Understanding Love & Hate During Trump Nation-What We Did, Today-This Story Has Nothing to do With Donald Trump-The Music Isn't Dead (Yet)-Nathan Actually Talks Politics, Pt III: Keeping the Music Alive-Don't Be Scared of My Friends, Part I-Don't Be Scared of My Friends, Part II-Pulling Our Weight, Part II: Addressing the Homeless Laziness Question-The Veterans-Islamofriendia-Be at Peace, Mr. Garner. We Will Love the World For You-The Streets Regard Ferguson-How do You Change the World? Thoughts on Violence-Cowboys of the New Age: Status & Respect in the American Ghetto-A Boy Named Hamza: Thoughts on Hate in Three Parts On the Street:-The Soulful Stench-"Everybody Need to Quit Acting Hard and S**t"-The Mother's Day Apocalypse"I BET YOU APPROVE UH GAY MARRIAGE"-Respect, Currency of the Street-Thought I Heard Something-Things I've Learned From the 358-Saddest Music in the World-Rainier & Henderson, Baby!-Sheeeeeeyyiitt: Strategies for Day or Night-AngryNice I (Love Through Frustration)AngryNice II: Tran Chimes InAngryNice III (We've All Felt It)-Love (Hurting From a Lack Thereof)-Hip to be Joyful-Future, Present, Past-Changing Awful-Harsh-The Nameless Heroes-The Break-Up-Tropic Of-Figuring it All Out in the Bullpen-First Day of School-Thoughts of Ourselves-Leaving Small Talk Behind-India-She Did It On a Monday-One Day, My Friend-I Am Now Two Years Old-The Harder Thing-Poker Face PracticeBus Tech Talk!-Rest in Peace, Breda Monster-I Don't Know What a Trolley is, Part I-I Don't Know What a Trolley is, Part II-A Love Letter for My Colleagues: Exercises and Stretches for Operators-What I've Learned From Other Bus Drivers