Nicole's novel, which she started back in the pre-pandemic age, is set in a post-pandemic near-future where the world as we know it has been transformed into a Big Pharma reality where the have-nots get to go to fight club when they can't afford the cure. Imagine the Chuck Pahlauniak novel, only instead of grimy basements we get sterilized hospital corridors and pristine lab equipment. —Imad Rahman
Nicole Tsakoumagos teaches English and writes Fiction in her native city of Cleveland. She is a lover of all things geeky, spooky, and punk rock.
The Starbucks in Playhouse Square.
An iron-on Mothman patch, Diary of a Gulag Prison Guard, and an iced coffee
What the highest number of revisions you’ve done on a single piece of your writing?
Trick question. Revision never stops.