Author Nicole Yurcaba hails from a long line of Ukrainian immigrants, West Virginia mountain folk, academics, artists and writers. She began reading and writing at age three, and that first love of literature and words has propelled her into the arms of numerous publications: VoxPoetica, The Atlanta Review, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Philomathean, Bluestone Review, Floyd County Moonshine, and many others. In December 2013, Yurcaba graduated from Tiffin University’s Masters of Humanities program, and now she serves as English faculty at Eastern WV Community and Technical College.
Her newest release Backwoods and Back Words is available now!
Published Poems and Essays
- Referential Magazine: Watching the Falling Sky
- Referential Magazine: Patching Fence in Mid-March
- Underground Voices: I Sit Reading Old Love Letters
- Hobocamp Review: Gas Pump Ponderings
- Ascentaspirations: quill
- Vox Poetica: Folded
- Dead Mule: White December
- Napalm and Novocain: Objectified
- Cheat River Review: The Great Appalachian-American Novel
- Dead Mule: Ridge Runner
- Dead Mule: Acorns