Douglas Nicholas

Douglas Nicholas

Douglas Nicholas is an award-winning poet whose work has appeared in numerous publications, among them Atlanta Review, Southern Poetry Review, Sonora Review, Circumference, A Different Drummer, and Cumberland Review, as well as the South Coast Poetry Journal, where he won a prize in that publication's Fifth Annual Poetry Contest. Other awards include Honorable Mention in the Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation 2003 Prize For Poetry Awards, second place in the 2002 Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards from PCCC, International Merit Award in Atlanta Review's Poetry 2002 competition, finalist in the 1996 Emily Dickinson Award in Poetry competition, honorable mention in the 1992 Scottish International Open Poetry Competition, first prize in the journal Lake Effect's Sixth Annual Poetry Contest, first prize in poetry in the 1990 Roberts Writing Awards, and finalist in the Roberts short fiction division. He was also recipient of an award in the 1990 International Poetry Contest sponsored by the Arvon Foundation in Lancashire, England, and a Cecil B. Hackney Literary Award for poetry from Birmingham-Southern College. He is the author of Something Red, a fantasy novel set in the thirteenth century, and its sequel, The Wicked; Iron Rose, a collection of poems inspired by and set in New York City; The Old Language, reflections on the company of animals; The Rescue Artist, poems about his wife and their long marriage; and In the Long-Cold Forges of the Earth, a wide-ranging collection of poems. He lives in New York's Hudson Valley with his wife, Theresa, and Yorkshire terrier, Tristan.

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Edited Seregil of Rhiminee November 25, 2014
Books by Douglas Nicholas
Something Red (Something Red #1) 10.00   1
The Demon N/A
The Wicked (Something Red #2) 10.00   1
Throne of Darkness (Something Red #3) 10.00   1
Three Queens in Erin (Something Red #4) N/A

Speculative Fiction Novels (5)

(Something Red #4)
2017 | fantasy, history
(Something Red #3)
2015 | fantasy, history
(Something Red #2)
2014 | fantasy, history
(Something Red)
2014 | fantasy, history
(Something Red #1)
2012 | fantasy, history