My media appearances

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On November 19th, 2013, I appeared on BlogTalkRadio’s “Journal Jabber” internet radio program, with host Angela Yuriko Smith, to promote my science fiction novel, “The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More.”

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/journaljabber/2013/11/20/novel-debut-eric-robert-nolan-with-the-dogs-dont-bark

 

I was interviewed by Bunbury Magazine, in the United Kingdom, in April 2014.  The interview is on Page 51 of Bunbury’s Issue Four:

 

Laura Enright, author of “To Touch the Sun,” “Trouble,” and several nonfiction books, interviewed me on her blog, “Literally Laura,” on July 7, 2104:

http://lauraenright.blogspot.com/2014/07/an-interview-with-erik-robert-nolan.html

 

I was interviewed as well by blogger Kelly Smith on January 14, 2014:

http://kellysmithreviews.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/author-interview-eric-robert-nolan/

 

My poetry and novel received a mention in the University of Mary Washington Magazine’s Winter 2013 issue here:

http://magazine.umw.edu/fallwinter2013/class-notes/1990s/

 

“The Dogs Don’t Bark In Brooklyn Any More” was featured in the Spring 2014 issue University of Mary Washington Magazine in its  “Book Report” section here:

http://magazine.umw.edu/spring2014/departments/book-report/the-dogs-dont-bark-in-brooklyn-any-more/

 

Illumen Magazine’s publication of my “Three Dreamers” set of poems was mentioned in the University of Mary Washington Magazine’s Spring 2014 issue here:

http://magazine.umw.edu/spring2014/class-notes/1990s/

 

My 1/21/16 “Throwback Thursday” blog post about “Planet of the Apes” films merchandise was mentioned over at Mike Glyer’s Hugo Award-winning science fiction newzine, “File 770.”

http://file770.com/?p=27188

 

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“I Wait,” by Julia Margaret Cameron, public domain, via Wikimedia Commons.

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