About Nathan Thornburgh
After long deviations as a musician, teacher, and/or dishwasher, Nathan Thornburgh finally got to journalism in 1998. He freelanced for The Stranger in Seattle and then was a stringer for Time Magazine in Seattle and Boston. After joining Time's staff in 2004, he worked as a correspondent, senior writer and senior editor before taking a buyout in 2009. His Time features include covers about West Point, the dropout epidemic, and multiple immigration covers. As a freelancer, he has been published in New York magazine, the New York Times, Slate and newyorker.com. He also blogs with a few friends at DadWagon.com. He speaks Spanish, German and Russian. His most recent project brought him to Ciudad Juarez and the Texas borderlands.
- Occupation: Freelancer, Contributing Writer, Time Magazine
- Organization: Time Magazine and others
- Location: New York City, NY
- Twitter: thornburgh
- Facebook: nthornburgh
- Was accepted for May 15-20 2011 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Nathan Thornburgh (includes contributory writing):
- Trumer Pils Brauerei
- Trumer Pils is an Austrian pilsner that has been brewed in Salzberg with a tradition and heritage that dates back to 1601. In 2004 they opened a second location in ...
Thank you. Really. It's such a blessing, as newsrooms are cutting costs and shrinking everything, to see a program that is well-funded and well-run. It was a privilege to be here.