Nichole L. Reber

Photo © Doug Wolf

Nichole L. Reber is a nonfiction writer. Her writing about art, architecture, expatriotism, and cultural politics has earned awards by Travelers’ Tales and the Antioch Writers’ Workshop (Midwest). In India she was mugged, nearly kidnapped, and stranded on Thanksgiving Day; still, the Indiaphile hopes to return again and again. Nichole recently authored an essay on her “year of colorful reading” on the WLT blog.

  • Ann Morgan. Photo © Steve Lennon.
    June 8, 2015 | Nichole L. Reber
    Ann Morgan. Photo © Steve Lennon. What if New York Review of Books blogger Tim Parks is right that international literature is becoming homogenized? It’s a scary thought. And on the cusp of...
  • Nichole Reber books
    June 1, 2015 | Nichole L. Reber
    The author’s three-foot stack ofIndian books. Photo © Doug Wolf.  I’m reading nonwhite this year. That’s what many readers/writers around the world are proclaiming. What they mean is that they’re foc...

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