All posts by Eric Robert Nolan

Eric Robert Nolan graduated from Mary Washington College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He spent several years a news reporter and editorial writer for the Culpeper Star Exponent in Culpeper, Virginia. His work has also appeared on the front pages of numerous newspapers in Virginia, including The Free Lance – Star and The Daily Progress. Eric entered the field of philanthropy in 1996, as a grant writer for nonprofit healthcare organizations. Eric’s poetry has been featured by Dead Beats Literary Blog, Dagda Publishing, The International War Veterans’ Poetry Archive, and elsewhere. His poetry will also be published by Illumen Magazine in its Spring 2014 issue.

Another generally positive review of “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More”

Kristy Felteneberger Gillespie provided a generally positive review of my book, at her blog, Keep Calm and Write On.

Illumen’s Autumn issue looks beautiful.

I finally got a hold of a copy of the Autumn issue of Illumen, in which my trilogy of poems, “Three Dreamers,” was reprinted.

And it looks just beautiful!

I thought it would be fun to include a “cover gallery” at my website for places where my work has appeared:


Reviewer Zach Tyo rated “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More” at a 9 out of 10 in a glowing review:


I would like to thank Angela Yuriko Smith for the wonderful time I had last night appearing on her BlogTalRadio program, “Journal Jabber,” to discuss my new book. I was a bit nervous about the interview, but Angela has a wonderfully disarming presence that put me at ease right away. I think it made for an interesting interview.

The interview can be found at this link:

“The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More” is currently on sale in both electronic format (for Kindle) and in paperback at Amazon.

“The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More” is now for sale!


It’s official, folks — “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More” is now for sale. (Amazon actually posted the listing a little early.) See Dagda Publishing’s post below.

I just want to take a moment to than Reg Davey and Jamie Burnette at Dagda for their consummate professionalism, and the wonderful opportunity they have extended to me.

I also would like to thank Tim Gatto, Russell Morgan Painter, Anna Marie Martin and Dennis Villelmi for their friendship and support, without which I could never have completed the novel.

Like Rebecca, the story’s protagonist, I am blessed to have the best of people in my life.

From Dagda Publishing:


We know it’s not quite midnight, but as Amazon were quicker to publish than they said they would, we’re proud to present to you, a short hour earlier than planned, Eric Robert Nolan’s debut novel “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More” (Book 1 of the Wolf War Saga)

Available through Amazon for Kindle:

$3.99 for the US, £3.03 for the UK.

And, currently (though Amazon will soon get it listed on their site), on the Createspace store for Paperback – Only $10.99

Once it is on the Amazon site, it will be available in the UK for £6.99

Buy a copy, and delve into the world created by Eric. Follow the life of Rebecca O’Conner through her current dangers and past tribulations, as the world is slowly destroyed by Mankind’s most terrifying enemy.]


From Dagda Publishing’s newsletter today:

[Yep, it’s been a busy couple of months getting this one together, we have been through the usual amounts of blood, sweat, tears, technological failures, author demands (Seriously, he asked for his royalties to be delivered by Unicorn courier – we told Eric we’d get back to him on that one) etc.

But it’s finally (nearly) here. The debut novel by Eric Robert Nolan. This is a book we are really proud to be able to show to the world, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we have genuinely enjoyed helping to craft this literary vision of a nightmarish future world where Super-Intelligent Wolves have all but driven the Human race to the edge of extinction. A book for fans of Planet of The Apes, Aliens, and all good sci-fi.

If you’re eager to get a hold of the copy (and we highly recommend it) – Then you can get yourselves into our online book launch – Here. Alternatively, stay tuned next week for the link to purchase on Amazon.]

Dandilyon Fluff Features My Poetry

Angela Yuriko Smith, host of BlogTalkRadio’s “Journal Jabber” program, has very kindly featured three of my poems at her blog, Dandilyon Fluff. The poems were featured as part of Poetry Slam Sunday there. They serve to tie in with the release tomorrow of my novel, “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More,” and my appearance on Journal Jabber tomorrow night at 9 PM EST to discuss the book.

The poems featured are “Our Room In Brooklyn,” “Turning Forty One,” and “Guerilla Poet.”

Thanks, Angela! 🙂

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Facebook Book Launch Event for “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More”

If you are a Facebook member, and you’d like to keep track of release and availability information for “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More,” head on over to the Facebook Book Launch Event:


Hi, gang! My book will be released by Dagda Publishing tomorrow, and there is a slight change of plans concerning the availability of the paperback version. While the electronic version (for Kindle) will be available via Amazon right away, the paperback will initially be available at After a day or two, the paperback version will then be available at Amazon.

So if you would like to order a hard copy over the next couple of days, would you kindly do a keyword search for “Eric Robert Nolan” or the book’s title at Createspace here?

Publication Notice, The Bright Light Cafe Features My Poem, “Mint Condition.”

The Bright Light Cafe, a truly enjoyable website devoted to uplifting poetry, has featured my poem, “Mint Condition.” I am quite grateful to Barbara and Rod at The Bright Light Cafe for so graciously welcoming me to the community there. 🙂