Nicholas Conley is an award-winning Jewish American author, journalist, and playwright. His books Pale Highway, Intraterrestrial, and Clay Tongue: A Novelette draw from his real-world experience as a healthcare worker, a volunteer, and a human rights advocate, merging surrealistic science fiction narratives with hard-hitting examinations of contemporary social issues. He has written for Vox, Truthout, HuffPost, Dictionary.com, the “Join Us For Good” campaign, and many other publications. Originally from California, he now lives with his wife in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire.
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“Steeped in suspense, Conley’s novel delves into the darker recesses of the medical establishment. Gabriel is a sympathetic character, and the reader is pulled into his private struggles.”
– Publishers Weekly
“Pale Highway brings his struggles for survival along with his fierce desire to hold off his symptoms long enough to save everyone around him to brilliant, beautiful life.”