About Nichole

Nichole Christian believes she's coming into her own as a writer, flying free,"unfolding" her own myths one essay, one poem at a time. The incubation has been over two decades reporting for some of the biggies: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, The Detroit Free Press. They were just a warm-up, she says, offering lessons that helped return her to her authentic storytelling voice. Her essay, “Truth at Last,’’ was published in the anthology “Dear Dad: Reflections of Fatherhood." As a writer and artist, she dances with being a mom, wife and communications director for the InsideOut Literary Arts Project along with occasional volunteer collaborations such as her latest work with Women, Action and the Media (WAM).
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Dreaming a New World of Words

Near my bed, I keep a copy of a landmark book, “I Dream A World: Portraits of Black Women Who Changed America.’’ Time and time again, I thumb through, mesmerized by the buffet of beauty and brilliance before me. Seventy-five exquisite portraits and first-person tales from artists, politicians, and other heroines who, quietly, and sometimes […]

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