I can’t believe it’s been 5 years since I launched Nick’s Fics. To all of you who have read/liked/commented on my weird little flash fiction stories along the way, thank you! Here’s to 5 more years! Advertisements Continue reading 5 Year Anniversary!
Thank you, as always, people! Continue reading Z Publishing Love!
(mac)ro(mic) is live! It’s been a dream of mine for some time to start my own literary magazine and publish the work of others, so this is an amazing new journey for me. Huge thanks to all of the great writers who submitted their work and made this launch a successful one. Happy reading! Continue reading (mac)ro(mic) is live!
Thank you so much to all of you wonderful people for reading my work over the years. Continue reading 24.
Good news! My story “Sit” was just accepted for publication in a magazine called FIVE:2:ONE. The story goes live June 23rd, and as a bonus they asked if I’d do an audio or video reading of the story to accompany the text. As a “thank you” to all of you awesome folks who read and support my work, I want to show you the video … Continue reading FIVE:2:ONE Love!
I can now officially announce that I’m represented by Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group! I spent four years working hard on my novel Here’s Waldo, and all of it is starting to pay off! To all those who have read my words over the years: thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Continue reading I HAVE AN AGENT!!!
The day I saw my mom again, it was cloudy, and gray, and cold, and I got off the bus about a mile early to pick up kitty litter. I hadn’t planned the stop, wasn’t even sure I needed to, but I did it anyway. Maybe a part of me knew what would happen. Lugging the 20 lb. box home wasn’t practical, but I was … Continue reading Don’t Forget the Kitty Litter
My interview with Company of Thieves is up! I’m not exaggerating when I say that this was a dream come true for me. I can now cross interviewing the lead singer of my favorite band off my bucket list. Please like, comment, and share widely! Continue reading An Interview with Company of Thieves
Chicago, Summer 2007. The Dark Knight was still a year away, but that didn’t stop us from running all over the city at all hours of the night, hunting for film sets. I was wrapped up like a mummy, complete with burn bandages and plastic back brace–the result of teenage stupidity telling me that car surfing after getting off work at the local movie theater … Continue reading Show Me the Way to Earth