Bio

Nathan Holic is the author of the novels Bright Lights, Medium-Sized City (Burrow Press), The Things I Don’t See (Main Street Rag Publishing), and American Fraternity Man (Beating Windward Press). He is the Graphic Narrative Editor at The Florida Review, and the editor of the 15 Views of Orlando anthologies (also from Burrow Press). He lives in Orlando with his wife and three children, and teaches writing at the University of Central Florida.

5 responses to “Bio

  1. Nathan purchase a url and legitimize this site please!!!! WordPress is a great foundation, but I truly believe the quality of your work deserves its own home @ Nathanholic.com. Regardless, the site awesome and I just bookmarked it. Well done sir.

  2. Hi Nathan I can’t seem to track down your email so I’m going to do this contact thing publicly-yikes. I’m so sorry I missed your panel on Saturday (today). I would love to talk with you and pick your brain about graphic narratives. The nonprofit I work for (Badgerdog) does creative writing workshops with senior citizens and I’d love to share this kind of work with them (and our 4th graders too). You’ve got my email now-so hopefully I hear from you soon.

  3. Hi Nathan, Just finished your book and really enjoyed it. Thanks to you and James for recommending it

  4. Hi Nathan,

    I am the Interviews Editor for Prick of the Spindle, a literary journal that publishes both in print and on KIndle, as well as on the web. I would love to interview you via email for our journal.

    Please let me know if you are available for an interview within the 2014 year.

    Thank you so much,
    SR Johnson
    Interviews Editor

  5. Hi Nathan, I stumbled upon your analysis of Eminem albums a few days ago and was instantly hooked. You are doing the rapper a great justice by walking us through his process and trying to evaluate his narrative genius. I do have to point out that it’s been over two years since the last post, and although you mentioned that it may be an excruciating wait in between articles, I just hope you haven’t forgotten about it, as I’m sure there are many of us out there waiting to see more!

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