Nicole B. Hagg has performed most jobs short of smelting tar. A recovering attorney, she is a full-time writer, storyteller, evolving ukulele player, distance runner, yoga teacher, and shameless Francophile. She only legally took her “married” name post-divorce (explain THAT to the lady at the DMV) and runs 26.2 miles on her days off for fun. Nicole is an amateur triathlete who is viscerally afraid of swimming, and a hopeless romantic who works every day to live her openhearted truth. She aspires to be the world’s first and leggiest 5’2” Rockette.
Ms. Hagg’s work is published in Suspect Press, Elephant Journal and Rebelle Society. Her essay work was chosen for the national production “Listen To Your Mother,” and featured in “The Forum Stories, Process.” Speaking engagements include The Mizel Theater, McNichols Building, and Civic Center Park in Denver, as well as Justice Snow’s Salon in Aspen, Colorado.
Nicole resides in Denver, Colorado on Hijinks Farms; the name she gave her backyard to feel more like a farmer. There, she raises two endlessly funny small people, six chickens, two cats and an appropriate amount of trouble.
She is presently editing her debut, future New York Times best-selling novel, “Great Love Stories Include a Frenchman.” Dream big, friends.