Nicole’s short story “Night Skies” will be published across three editions of Evening Street Review in 2019. This year her work will also appear in The Chaffin Journal. These short stories are both off-shoots from her novel-in-progress which is set in Budapest during the fall of Communism and the present day. She also writes about art and writing in her quarterly blog called Poetic Boost which brings together her two passions. Her focus is on 20th century Hungarian art. She has also written about art for Haiku Review, an early online cultural journal.

Nicole’s ancestry is Hungarian and Transylvanian and this continues to inform and inspire her work. Her short stories have also appeared in bi-lingual anthologies in Hungary and Germany. These publications aim to redress the lack of women’s voices in Hungarian Jewish history. Nicole lives in Sydney, Australia – where she was born and raised – with her husband and four children. She is also a polyglot and speaks fluent Hungarian, French, Italian and Spanish.

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