ABOUT NICK FOWLER
Nick Fowler is a Pulitzer Prize nominated author, musician and actor whose debut novel, A Thing (or Two) about Curtis and Camilla, received a lead-review in New York Times Book Review that compared him to J.D. Salinger. Los Angeles Times called the novel “an irresistibly melodic debut that resonates like a perfect pop song. A smash!”
Fowler’s second novel My Virtuous Sister was published August 1 2019 by Upper Hand Press and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. The book was called by author Bruce Jay Friedman, “Stunning. Haunting. Fiercely and relentlessly engaging. This book will have a long shelf–like forever.”
Fowler’s performed his original music on The Tonight Show, appeared in The Sopranos, and toured in support of Bon Jovi, Paul Rodgers, and Steve Stevens.
He graduated Dean’s List from Cornell after studying 20th century British Modernism at Queen Mary College, University of London. He’s taught fiction writing at NYU and The New School. He lives with his wife Maria Elfik.