LIKES
[emph.] film photo booths, making lists, gluten (ALL FORMS), POETRY magazine, public transit, 90s camp, freckles.

DISLIKES
loose paperclips, cold feet (LITERALLY & METAPHORICALLY), arrogance, mealy tomatoes, missing the bus. 
H. Nicole Martin is a queer and nonbinary writer in Seattle interested in complexity, identity, and the poetry of ordinary time and intimacy. They used to take photos and bake bread, but closed up shop and shaped their last boule and are now currently available for freelance writing work. They like risks and are getting really good at the Sunday crossword.

They’ve written for them. on queerness and photo booths, and published a thesis about morality and spatiality in the works of Joan Didion. They are working on their first novel and a billion other things, like sleeping eight hours a night and not losing so many pens. 

You can haunt them on twitter and instagram if you believe in ghosts or that sort of thing.

Email them at martinh2@spu.edu

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