Hey, gang. I was quite flattered recently to be interviewed by Spillwords Press as part of the online magazine’s weekly “Spotlight on Writers” series. It was a brief interview, but I had a lot of fun with it — and I’m grateful to the editors of Spillwords for selecting me.
You can find the interview right here:
SPOTLIGHT ON WRITERS – ERIC ROBERT NOLAN
Spillwords Press is a terrific creative community. The site is “the home for all that live and breathe words, spilled or inspired, through literature of every genre, from writers and poets of every walk of life. A place where classic, modern, and contemporary writers and writings thrive.” I encourage all of you to peruse the site and consider submitting your own work. 🙂
Hey, guys — I was notified yesterday that I’ve received a really nice honor from Spillwords Press. I’ve been nominated for the online magazine’s Author of the Month for June 2020. (The editors were kind enough to recently select three of my poems for publication: “This Windy Morning,” “Lie To Me, But Brightly”and “Blue Wolves Move In An Indigo Wood.”)
There is a voting process, and it’s quick and easy; if you are feeling so inclined, you can cast your vote for me or any other nominee by clicking the link below. (Voting will be held from today through Monday.)
If you do vote for me, thanks a bunch. 🙂
I am honored to share here that Spillwords Press published another poem of mine today — “Blue Wolves Move In An Indigo Wood.” You can find it right here.
Spillwords Press is an outstanding independent literature site that believes “that words matter, and imagination is the seed of accomplishment.” It’s a terrific resource for poetry, prose and feature articles, and I cheerfully recommend it as an enjoyable place to periodically explore.
I’m honored to share here that my poem “Lie To Me, But Brightly” was published today over at Spillwords Press. You can find it right here.
Thanks again to Editor Dagmara K. for allowing me to share my voice at this terrific online periodical.
I am honored today to see my poem “This Windy Morning” published over at Spillwords Press. Thank you, Editor Dagmara K., for allowing me to share my voice there!
You can find the poem right here.