Interview with Nathan Pyle

Encore: July 23, 2014

Nathan Pyle was born and raised in Ohio and moved to New York City in 2008. He misses the stars and the grass, but ultimately, he thinks New York is the greatest city in the world. He’s written and illustrated a book of survival for new New Yorkers called NYC Basic Tips and Etiquette. Rafael Pi Roman talks with Pyle about his humorous, yet all too true illustrations.

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