Nicholas Cook lives in Dallas, TX, along with his dog. His fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Jellyfish Review, (b)OINK, 100 Word Story, A Quiet Courage, Unbroken Journal, and elsewhere. His story The Peculiar Trajectory of Space Objects won second place in the Feb 2017 Bath Flash Fiction Award.


Selected Fiction

The Great American Southwest
New Flash Fiction Review, December 2017

The Eclipse
Lost Balloon, September 2017
*Honorable Mention, Glimmer Train March/April 2017 Very Short Fiction contest
*2017 Pushcart Nominee
*2017 Best Small Nominee

A Photographic Study in Grief
MoonPark Review, September 2017

The Astrology of Ghosts
Occulum, September 2017

An Introduction to Meteorites
Jellyfish Review, August 2017

The Family Myths
Unbroken Journal, July 2017
*2017 Best Small Fictions Nominee

When It’s Part Dolphin
FlashFlood, June 2017

Spelk, May 2017

(b)OINK, April 2017

The Peculiar Trajectory of Space Objects
Bath Flash Fiction Award, Second Place, Feb 2017
The Lobsters Run Free, Bath Flash Fiction Volume Two (Anthology)
*2017 Pushcart Nominee
*2017 Best Small Fictions Nominee


Sleepwalking in Texas
New Flash Fiction Review, August 2016

From Here to Dallas
100 Word Story, May 2016

Three Stories
The Miscreant, April 2016

The Avocado Farmer
A Quiet Courage, March 2016

Three Micros
New Flash Fiction Review, Feb 2016

The Weather
50-Word Stories, Feb 2016


Two Stories
Camroc Press Review, Dec 2015

New Flash Fiction, Dec 2014