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Welcome to the official website of award-winning author Nicholas Conley. Grab a cup of coffee, browse around, and enjoy yourself.  

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Nicholas Conley is a novelist, playwright, world traveler, and coffee vigilante. His passion for storytelling began at an early age, prompted by a love of science fiction novels, comic books, and horror movies. His novel Pale Highway, the winner of the 2015 Preditors & Editors Award for Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novel, was influenced by his real life experience working with Alzheimer’s patients in a nursing home. He has written for Vox, Truthout, the Huffington Post,,, SFFWorld, and Screen Rant. His original radio play Something in the Nothing was performed live on the radio station WSCA 106.1 FM in 2016. He is a member of PEN America, the writers organization dedicated to human rights and freedom of expression.

Though he’s lived in many places, and traveled to many more, Nicholas currently lives on the New Hampshire seacoast, where he can be easily spotted due to his trademark Hawaiian shirts. When he’s exploring new worlds — whether real or fictional — he is always fueled by a good cup of black coffee.

His newest novel, Intraterrestrial, is a surreal fusion of science fiction, otherworldly aliens, and the painful medical realities of a traumatic brain injury.


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  1. Nicholas – Thank you so much for liking our post on Director’s Cuts Blog. Ordering you book now!! Can not wait to read it!

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