Nicole Andonov moved to the US in the early '50s, and embraced the Country with its flaws and greatness. She’s been a Democrat, a Republican, and now, neither. She is the author of Portraits Exposed (Westonian Press) and Accent (The New School Chapbook Series).
She published three other chapbooks: In the Tuscan Hills, Poems for Blue Mondays and Green Peppercorn. She was featured in 6x6 #8 (Ugly Duckling Presse), and appeared in Goodbye Blue Monday (92nd St. Y). Her work was published or is forthcoming in a number of literary magazines,
newspapers, and anthologies, including: We Remember 9/11, Midwest Poetry Review, Architrave, WV, The Westsider, The New York Times, Salonika, Sing Heavenly Muse, Troubadour, Messages from the Heart, Poetry in Performance, Barrow Street, The New York Quarterly, and The Cento: a collection of collage poems (Red Hen Press). At 81, For the Star that May Have Died is her first full-length book.
by Nicole Andonov
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