About the author

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Eric Robert Nolan graduated from Mary Washington College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.  He began his career as an investigative reporter for newspapers in Virginia, and later became a grants, public relations and speech writer for nonprofit healthcare agencies in New York.

Eric’s debut novel is the postapocalyptic science fiction story, The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More, published by Dagda Publishing in the United Kingdom in 2013.  His poetry, short stories and photography have been featured by publications throughout the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia and India.  These include Quail Bell Magazine, Dagda Publishing, Every Day Poets, Every Day Fiction, Illumen, Down in the Dirt, Under The Bed, The Piker Press, Dead Beats Literary Blog, Microfiction Monday Magazine, Dead Snakes, UFO Gigolo, Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine, The Bright Light Cafe, Aphelion, Tales of the Zombie War, Haikuniverse, The Bees Are Dead, Poems-for-All, Poetry Pacific, Synchronized Chaos, Every Writer, Poetrypoeticspleasure Ezine, The International War Veterans’ Poetry Archive, and Winedrunk Sidewalk: Shipwrecked in Trumpland.

Eric’s poems and short stories were also included in six anthologies: Dagda Publishing’s Threads in 2013; Dagda Publishing’s All Hail the New Flesh in 2014; Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine’s 2016 Anthology, 2017 Anthology and 2018 Anthology; and Down in the Dirt’s poetry collection The Flickering Light in 2019.  Eric’s science fiction/horror story, “At the End of the World, My Daughter Wept Metal,” was nominated for the Sundress Publications 2018 Best of the Net Anthology.  He was an editor from 2016 to 2019 for the dystopian arts and literature journal, The Bees Are Dead.

Eric will always be a New Yorker at heart, but currently resides in his adopted Virginia, where he enjoys drinking coffee and occasionally glimpsing a falcon, fawn or fox among the high and clay-colored Alleghenies.

 

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24 thoughts on “About the author”

      1. Listen to the crickets cry … And the early birds sigh … As a bird takes a **** on a little rock and makes shawny head Degnan cry !! …. Epic man !
        How have you been old friend ? The times we ha together are the best ever had;)
        To this day I always tell everyone about the amazing times we had and the stories you would tell while we all were under the deck in the dark. Do you remember ?

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      2. Oh my GOD! Adam!! I can’t believe it is actually you!! I have tried to find you, your brother and Shawn on social media for years!! Would you believe that all three of you guys have somewhat common names? (I’m thinking “Huhn” is either German or Dutch?) How the heck are ya!! Of COURSE I remember telling ghost stories with you guys under the porch! It is one of the things that made me want to become a horror writer — I talked about it in one of the interviews I did after my novel was published!! I mentioned you guys in a recent blog post too: https://ericrobertnolan.wordpress.com/2015/06/03/this-makes-me-think-of-shawn-degnan-jason-huhn-and-adam-huhn-and-telling-ghost-stories-under-the-porch/

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  1. Congratulations Eric on your first novel and its great reviews on Amazon! The Pierces are looking forward to reading it!

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  2. Well aren’t YOU adorable! It seems from the top o’ the page photo that you are a lover of my drug of choice as well (coffee, of course). I, too, have some Irish in my lineage, and am a displaced New Yorker (adoptee) who spent some time on the Virginia side the beltway. (“Shared custody” – lol.)

    From reading this About page, we seem to have more than a few elements in common, including the fact that we are BOTH awake and on the ‘net at going on 2:30 AM Eastern! So I have clicked to follow you (and not just because you followed me first, btw, but thanks for that).

    Congrats on publishing your novel – I LOVE the title! I shall put it on my lengthy reading list based on what little I’ve read of your phrasing and Kimi Small’s review snippet, plus the fact that your descriptions are “cinematographic.” My first career was acting/directing.

    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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