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“My Mother’s Apartment” appears at The Piker Press.

I’m honored to share here that a short poem of mine, “My Mother’s Apartment,” was published today over at The Piker Press.  You can find it at the link below.

As always, I am grateful to Editor Sand Pilarski for allowing me to share my voice with the readers of The Piker Press.

“My Mother’s Apartment”



Eric Robert Nolan to be featured by the Piker Press

I’m honored to share here today that the Piker Press will feature five submissions of my writing in the coming months.

Editor Sand Pilarski has informed me that my horror/science fiction story, “Shine Now, Fiercely, Forever,” will appear at the weekly online literary magazine on December 10th.  This story was originally published in January 2017 by The Bees Are Dead.

Four poems of mine will also be featured between January and May of 2019: “Confession,” “This Windy Morning,” “Roanoke Summer Midnight” and “My Mother’s Apartment.”  These poems appeared over the last several years in the pages of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine.

The Piker Press is a journal for arts, sciences, fiction and non-fiction that its creators like to think of it as “the illegitimate, online child of Analog and National Geographic, but funnier.”  It’s a great online periodical featuring fun and thought-provoking material from a range of voices.  You can find it right here at http://www.pikerpress.com/.




Eric Robert Nolan published in the Peeking Cat Anthology 2016

The Peeking Cat Anthology 2016 was released today!  It has no fewer than 40 poems, three short stories and six photos.  One of the poems is a micropoem of mine entitled “My mother’s apartment.”  (It’s the third one in the volume, on page 5.)

You can order this first ever of Peeking Cat’s anthologies in hardcover right here, and paperback right here.  If you’d prefer a Kindle version of the collection, you can purchase and download it here.

It is always wonderful to see my work appear in Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine, but being published in its first anthology is a real honor.  Thanks once again to Editor Sam Rose!