Nathan Holic is the author of Bright Lights, Medium-Sized City, a sweeping portrait of the city of Orlando as it hits rock bottom during the housing meltdown. The book is now available at the Burrow Press web site, as well as other booky-type places.
Nathan Holic is also the author of The Things I Don’t See (a tiny but awesome novella), and American Fraternity Man (a big big (yet equally awesome) novel), both of which are also available to purchase from various places across the world wide interweb. He is the editor of the 15 Views of Orlando anthologies, and the Graphic Narrative Editor at The Florida Review literary journal. He writes fiction. He writes nonfiction. He draws comics. He teaches writing courses at the University of Central Florida. He enjoys pretzels. He often wanders his garage and wonders what he was looking for. He has three children, and they’re exhausting. He enjoys beginning sentences with the word “he.” Also, he hates writing his own bio. So.