About Nath Jones

Best New American Voices nominee Nath Jones received an MFA in creative writing from Northwestern University. Her publishing credits include PANK Magazine, There Are No Rules, and Sailing World. She lives and writes in Chicago.

Nath Jones’ Books

Love & Darts

Anderbo 2012 Self-Published Book Award Entry of Note Honorable Mention at the 2012 Paris Book Festival. You’ll be entranced by these twenty-four stories as Nath Jones finds her way into this fun and biting life. This is the third of her books of short stories. She conducts you from the kaleidoscopic moment when a toddler… [Read More]

2000 Deciduous Trees

2000 Deciduous Trees is an exploration of individual experience selected from Nath Jones’s ‘90s zine, The Skirt. Many pieces are vignettes. But “Hollace and Some Girl” is a memorable fiction short story. Overall, as a short story book, the writing resists losing its balance during a time when gasoline was cheap and no one drove… [Read More]

The War is Language

Winner of the 2013 Eric Hoffer E-book Fiction Award The War is Language is a destruction of narrative, experimental as a short story book. These often humorous pieces exist at an amorphous limit of spoken word and deconstruction. This mosaic of cathartic, inflammatory language is quite disordered as a short story collection. About the On… [Read More]

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  • Anderbo 2012 Self-Published Book Award Entry of Note

    Honorable Mention at the 2012 Paris Book Festival.

    You’ll be entranced by these twenty-four stories as Nath Jones finds her way into this fun and biting life. […]

  • 2000 Deciduous Trees is an exploration of individual experience selected from Nath Jones’s ‘90s zine, The Skirt. Many pieces are vignettes. But “Hollace and Some Girl” is a memorable fiction short story. Overall, […]

  • Winner of the 2013 Eric Hoffer E-book Fiction Award

    The War is Language is a destruction of narrative, experimental as a short story book. These often humorous pieces exist at an amorphous limit of spoken word […]


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